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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY ON THE CAMPUS OF EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 
WALTER C. FAULKNER— Editor JOHN W. GARRISS— Associate Editor 
S. GALE KOONCE— Business Manager 




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/he quality of education is reflected in an amalgam of many elements 
beginning with such fundamentals as the teacher, the student, and the curriculum. 
Part of the task of education is to provide an environment in which young people 
may become more sensitive to truth, beauty, and culture. The esthetic appreciations 
to be drawn from great literature, from conversation and lectures, from experienc- 
ing various forms of art, and from simply living on the college campus, all are 
important to the whole pattern of education. 

/ n a rapidly changing world, East Carolina College serves as custodian 
of the intellectual capital of its students. It also serves as a center of innovation 
and change, of investigation of the application of knowledge to current needs, and 
of re-examination and criticism of society. 

C/ver the years, the environment has changed at East Carolina. This has 
been a drastic and dramatic change. It is well to keep our history in mind, and 
an ever constant look to the future; however, we are concerned in this edition with 
the present — 1963 on the campus of East Carolina College. Volume forty-one of 
the Buccaneer, capitalizes upon die use of the dominant Austin Tower, long a cam- 
pus symbol and soon-to-be a shrine. Developing the campus theme, the pages herein 
depict the students and student life as they work and wander over our two hundred 
and thirty-five acre campus. 



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Take a walk with us through our school 
year. It may be a long walk, for it is a big- 
year. You may have to run in parts. Occa- 
sionally, though, you will be able to stroll, 
or even relax. So take life easy for awhile. 
Lean back, enjoy yourself. Renew some old 
friendships and strike up a few fresh ones. 
You may even meet yourself. Review with 
us an enjoyable year, 1963 at East Carolina. 




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EAST CAROLINA COLLEGE 

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Evening Life 



At East Carolina College, you have an 
opportunity for progression. Four years of 
your life are spent amid these surroundings. 
This term you witnessed numerous college 
events such as the dedication of Aycock 
Dormitory, the attainment of the status of 
school by the former departments of Art and 
Music, and the acquisition of a new seal. 
These are some of the highlights of this school 
year. Look back over them with fond 
memories. 




The Southern Association of 
Colleges and Secondary Schools 



Association of American Colleses 



The North Carolina College 
Conference 




The National Association of 

Business Teacher-Training 

Institutions 



The National Commission on 

Accrediting Association of 

American Colleges 



National Association of Schools 
of Music 




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American Association of 
University Women 

Accredited by 

National Council for 

Accreditation of Teacher 

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Administrative Officials 

Faculty 

Academics „ 

Residences 

Facilities and Services . 



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Student Life 74 

Beauties ... 107 

Marshals _. 121 

Who's Who . —126 

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Spring Sports .. 
Football ... 

Basketball 

Wrestling ... 



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168 

474 



Swimming 176 

Intramurals 179 



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Graduate 186 

Senior ... 188 

Junior 231 

Sophomore 249 

Freshman 272 



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Clubs ...298 

Fine Arts 311 

Military ..... 331 

Publications 335 

Religion 343 

Student Government 349 



Inter-Frateniity Council 362 

Panhellenic Council 363 

Social Sororities 364 

Social Fraternities 380 

Professional, Honorary and 

Service Fraternities 400 



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Advertisements 126 

General Index .. 451 

Editor's Epitaph ....MA 





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ou cannot really know something 
until you have loved it," once said an un- 
known but wise philosopher. This is the senti- 
ment we develop for East Carolina, our Col- 
lege, our Alma Mater. Here we live, learn, 
grow, laugh, and cry. Perhaps, it is through 
experience and association that we come to 
know our College; and it is with every smile 
or tear that we inevitably come to love and 
respect our College. 




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This sixth President of East Carolina 
College devotes much of his time to educa- 
tional and civic duties. As a member of the 
Executive Committee of the North Carolina 
College Conference and the Governor's Com- 
mittee on Better Schools, Dr. Leo W. Jenkins 
strives for quality education for North Caro- 
linians. Locally, this educator has served as 
Chairman of the Pitt County Red Cross. Polio, 
and United Fund Drives. 

Before coming to East Carolina as Dean 
of the College in 1947, Dr. Jenkins was a 
teacher and assistant to the Commissioner for 
Higher Education in his native New Jersey. 
He was elected to the Presidency of East 
Carolina in 1960. 



Standing behind his desk. Dr. Leo W. Jenk- 
ns strikes a familiar pose. 



President Jenkins enters the Administratioi 
Building to begin another day's work for the 
betterment of East Carolina. 





Irs. J. Russell Kirby, Mrs. Elizabeth Bennett, Mrs. Agnes Barrett, Mr. J. Herbert Waldrop, President Leo W. Jenkins, Mr. Henry Oglesby, Mr. Baxter 
idenhour, Mr. F. D. Duncan, Mr. William A. Blount, Mr. James Whitfield. Mr. Robert Morgan, Mr. Reginald F. McCoy, Mr. Fred F. Bahnson, Jr., and 
jsent when photograph was taken, Mr. Henry Belk, and Mr. W. W. Taylor. 



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MR. J. HERBERT WALDROP 
Board Chairman 



MRS. AGNES BARRETT 
Administrative Secretary 









Appointed for a term of eight 
years, the Board of Trustees of East 
Carolina College is composed of 
twelve members named by the Gover- 
nor of North Carolina and confirmed 
by the State Legislature. Three mem- 
bers are appointed each biennium. 

The Board of Trustees manages 
all of the affairs of the College sub- 
ject to the applicable laws of the 
State. Likewise, the Board is respon- 
sible for every transaction performed 
by the College. 

Oldest in point of service is Mr. 
Henry Belk. He has served on the 
Board of Trustees since September, 
1945. 




MR. F. D. DUNCAN 
Vice President 
Having graduated from the Uni 
versity of North Carolina, Mr. F. D. 
Duncan is Vice President of the 
College. Before coming to Eas 
Carolina in 1936, he worked with 
the Department of Finance and Ac- 
counting of the State Board of Edu 
cation in Raleigh. In Greenville 
Mr. Duncan is a Rotary Club mem 
ber and is active in Boy Scou 
work. 



DR. ROBERT L. HOLT 

Dean of East Carolina College 
In addition to serving as Dean of 
East Carolina College, Dr. Robert 
L. Holt has served the community 
as president of Rose High School 
Parent-Teacher Association. At East 
Carolina, Dr. Holt supervises the 
curriculum offered by the College. 
A graduate of Duke University, this 
administrative official heads the 
athletic committee for East Carolina. 



DR. JOHN H. HORNE 
Director of Admissions 
Since joining the staff in 1957, 
Dr. John H. Home, a graduate of 
the University of North Carolina, 
has engaged in both college and 
community activities. His realms of 
interest include the American Le- 
gion, Phi Delta Kappa, and numer- 
ous educational organizations. His 
position requires him to screen ap- 
plicants for admission to the College. 



DR. JAMES H. TUCKER 
Dean of Student Affairs 
Dean of Student Affairs is the 
administrative position held by Dr. 
James H. Tucker. In this capacity, 
Dr. Tucker directs the policies of 
the College concerning all students. 
Originally from Mount Holly, this 
personality serves as advisor to the 
SGA and chairman of the Publica- 
tions Board. He is a member of 
Phi Delta Kappa and Phi Kappa 
Phi. 



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MISS MARY GREENE 
Director of the News Bureau 
Having joined the faculty of East 
Carolina College in 1928, Miss Mary 
Greene is presently the Director of 
the News Bureau. She received her 
education at Agnes Scott College, 
Columbia University, and the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. Member- 
ship in Phi Beta Kappa and Delta 
Kappa Gamma are two areas of 
excellence held by this South Caro- 
linian. 




MISS RUTH WHITE 
Dean of Women 
\11 policies and problems con- 
ning the housing and discipline 
the women students are usually 
(idled through the office of Miss 
th White, Dean of Women. Miss 
lite joined the staff of her Alma 
iter in 1937. In addition to this 
parity, she is advisor to the 
smell's Judiciary and the Pan- 
llenic Council. 



MR. JAMES B. MALLORY 
Dean of Men 
Mr. James B. Mallory fills the 
position of Dean of Men at East 
Carolina and also serves as advisor 
to the Inter-Fraternity Council. As 
well as his position of supervising 
the college policies which govern 
the men students, this administra- 
tive official is quite active in the 
Lions' Club, United Fund Campaign, 
and other civic drives. 



DR. DAVID MIDDLETON 
Director of Extension 
Originally from Warsaw, North 
Carolina, this graduate of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina directs 
the Extension Division of the Col- 
lege. A member of Phi Delta Kappa 
and the National Education Asso- 
ciation, Dr. David Middleton comes 
to this institution from Appalachian 
State Teachers College. In Green- 
ville, he is a Junior Chamber of 
Commerce member. 



MISS JANICE G. HARDISON 

Director of Foundations and 

Alumni Activities 

Miss Janice G. Hardison is a 
former instructor in the English 
Department. Before coming to thi> 
campus in 1956, Miss Hardison 
taught in the Enfield School Sys- 
tem and at Wilmington Junior Col- 
lege. A native of Jamesville, North 
Carolina, this devoted campus leader 
has served as Vice President of 
the Eastern District of the Young 
Democrats Club. 




MR. G. ALLAN NELMS 
Director of the Placement Bureau 

Directing the Placement Bureau 
the College is Mr. G. Allan 
'elms. A graduate of North Caro- 
na State College, he aids gradu- 
\es in securing positions that de- 
land a college education. In Green- 
ille, Mr. Nelms is active in the 

otary Club and Elks Club. A 
ative of Rocky Mount, he joined 
le staff in 1959. 



DR. ED J. CARTER 
Director of Graduate Studies 
As Director of Graduate Studies, 
Dr. Ed J. Carter supervises the 
graduate program at the college. 
Before coming to East Carolina in 
1950, Dr. Carter was a member of 
the Education Department at Mur- 
ray State College in Kentucky. A 
graduate of the University of North 
Carolina, Dr. Carter is a member 
of Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa 
Delta Pi. 



MR. FRANKLIN D. GILES 
Registrar 
A newcomer to the campus this 
year is Mr. Franklin D. Giles, the 
Registrar. In this capacity, he sup- 
ervises the enrollment of the stu- 
dents in the various classes. Mr. 
Giles comes to East Carolina from 
the University of North Carolina 
where he was Assistant Director 
in the Registrar's Office. 



MR. DAN K. WOOTEN 
Director of Housing and Traffic 
Supervising the housing and traf- 
fic problems are the primary duties 
of Mr. Dan K. Wooten. The Di- 
rector of Housing, an alumnus of 
East Carolina, is a native of Falk- 
land, North Carolina. Before com- 
ing to East Carolina in this posi- 
tion. Mr. Wooten taught in the 
Bethel and Belvoir-Falkland School 
Systems. 




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DR. CORINNE H. RICKERT 

Director of Campus Broadcasting 
Dr. Corinne H. Rickert is the Direc- 
tor of On-Campus Broadcasting and 
Closed Circuit Television for the Col- 
lege. She graduated from the Uni- 
versity of Minnesota and received her 
doctorate from the Shakespeare Insti- 
tute in Birmingham, England. A mem- 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa and the Na- 
tional Collegiate Players, Dr. Rickert 
is the author of several books. 



MISS ROSALIND ROULSTON 
Director of Radio and Television 
Actress, writer, and coordinator — 
Miss Rosalind Roulston is Director of 
Radio and Television and has member- 
ship in the National Association of 
Educational Broadcasters, the Speech 
Association of America and the North 
Carolina Speech Association. On cam- 
pus, this New York native is on the 
Public Relations, Radio-Television, and 
Commencement Committees. 




MR. DAWYER D. GROSS 
Director of Religious Activities 
Mr. Dawyer D. Gross is the Direc- 
tor of Religious Activities at the Col- 
lege. In addition, he teaches in the 
Psychology and Humanities Depart- 
ments. A native of Virginia, Mr. Gross 
joined the faculty in 1960. He com- 
pleted his education at Wake Forest 
College and Duke University. 



MR. RUDOLPH ALEXANDER 
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs 
Mr. Rudolph Alexander, a native 
of Wayne County, has assumed the 
duties of Assistant Dean of Student 
Affairs. In this position, this Kappa 
Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa 
member assists in handling the 
numerous affairs concerning the 
students. Mr. Alexander, an Op- 
timist Club member, is the Dis- 
trict Scout Executive. 



DR. JAMES W. BUTLER 
Assistant Director of Public 
Relations 
Outside his college activities, 
this administrative official is also 
quite active. He is a member of 
the Rotary Club and the Chamber 
of Commerce. At the College, Dr. 
James W. Butler serves as Assistant 
Director of Public Relations. A 
former student of George Washing- 
ton University, he holds member- 
ship in Phi Delta Kappa. 



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/T s well as teaching, the faculty members of East 
Carolina College engage in extracurricular activities. Serving 
on committees, being sponsors of student organizations, and 
making speeches constitute several aspects of a pr 
spare time. 

Currently, the faculty numbers approximately three hun- 
dred instructors in comparison to the original thirteen in 1909. 
These individuals serve as advisors and give supervision to the 
students in their four years of college life. 




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Instructor, psychologist, and author — each are 
positions capably filled by Mr. Calvert R. Dixon 
of the Psychology Department. His educational 
background is as impressive as the fields in which 
he works and excels. He has attended and received 
credit from the University of Florida. Florida State 
University. Stetson University, and Harvard Uni- 
versity. Among the degrees earned by Mr. Dixon 
is the Education Specialist, an advanced post- 
graduate degree. 

Military service to his credit include the at- 
tainment of captain in the United States Army and 
having served thirty-two months in the European 
Theater. Organizations in which this "Citation" 
recipient holds membership are the American 
Psychological Association, the American Personnel 
and Guidance Association, the Council for Excep- 
tional Children. Phi Delta Kappa, and Kappa Phi 
Kappa. 

In 1959, Professor Dixon attended the White 
House Conference as the official Florida repre- 
sentative. While in Florida, he served as Chair- 
man of the Governor's Children's Committee. 
Among his publications too numerous to list are 
articles on "Remediation and Guidance" and 
"Psychological Security-Insecurity During Child- 
hood" and a book. The Little Clock That Couldn't 
Tell Time. 



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ADAMS. FRANCIS R.. JR.. A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor, English Department 
ADAMS. EOUISE, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. English Department 
ALEXANDER. MICHAEL J., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 
ATKESON, JOHN C. JR., A.B.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department 
BACHMAN, JOSEPH SIDNEY, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department 
BAILEY. DONALD E.. Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor. Science Department 
BAKER, GEORGE. Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department 
BAKER, JAY E.. A.B. 

Captain, Air Science Department 
BATTEN, JAMES WILLIAM, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 

Professor, Education Department 
BEACH, EARL E., B.S.M., M.A. 

Professor, School of Music 
BELL, SADIE RUTH. A.B., M.A. 

Instructor, School of Business 
BENSON, PATRICIA, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Home Economics Department 
BING, KENNETH L., Ed.D. 

Professor, Industrial Arts Department 
BLISS, RUBY. A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Psvchology Department 
BOND, AUSTIN D., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Science Department 
BOONE, ROBERT LEE, A.B., M.A. 

Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 



BORTHWICK. DON R.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
BOYCE. EMILY S, B.S., M.A. 

Librarian 
BOYD, PEGGY W. 

Secretary. Health and Physical Education Departmen 
BOYETTE', JOSEPH G.. B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Science Department 

BRADNER, CLEVELAND J., A.B., B.D., M.A. 

Associate Professor. Social Studies Department 
BRANDON, DOROTHY, C.P.A., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
BRANNON, OSCAR W., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Mathematics Department 
BREWSTER, L. A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Social Studies Department 

BRIDGERS, BEN. A.B., M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
BRIMLEY, RALPH F. W., Ed.D. 

Professor. Education Department 
BROADHURST. FREDERICK L., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Industrial Arts Department 
BROADHURST, RUTH J., B.S.N. 

Instructor, School of Nursing 

BROWN, WYATT, A.B., B. Lit., M.A. 

Instructor, Social Studies Department 
BROWNING, E. R., A.B.. B.C.S., M.Ed.. Ed.D. 

Professor, School of Business 
BROWNING, MARIE B., M.S. 

Instructor. English Department 
BULLOCK, LOUISE CARTER, R.N., B.S., P.H.N. 

Instructor, School of Nursing 




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This academic year marks the twenty-fifth 
year of service to the College by Miss Ruth White. 
A graduate of East Carolina, Miss White is a 
former teacher. She presently serves the College 
as Dean of Women. 

A native of Colerain, North Carolina, Miss 
White is active in many phases of civic and edu- 
cational activities. She holds membership in the 
Business and Professional Women's Club, the 
American Association of University Women, the 
National Association of Women Deans and Coun- 
selors, the Southern Personnel Association, and the 
North Carolina Education Association. Kappa 
Delta Social Sorority and Delta Kappa Gamma Hon- 
orary Fraternity are also two organizations in which 
she holds membership. 

In leisure time, Miss White enjoys sewing, 
reading, and collecting antiques. On campus, she 
advises the Women's Judiciary, the Panhellenic 
Council, and the Dormitory House Committees. 
Miss White serves as a member of various com- 
mittees including the Discipline Committee, the 
Commencement Committee, and the Student Aid 
Committee. 





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BYRD. J. WILLIAM. B.S.. M.S. 

Associate Professor. Science Department 
CAMERON. NORMAN H., B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 
CARR. LILY ROUSE, A.B., M.A. 

Librarian 
CARR. WENDELL L., B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Health and Physical Education 
Department 

CARTER. ED J., Ph.D., M.A.. A.B. 

Professor. Education Department 
CARTER, HERBERT. A.B., M.A. 

Professor. School of Music 
CARTER, ROBERT. B.M.. B.S., M.A., Mus.D. 

Associate Professor. School of Music 
CHAUNCEY. BEATRICE, B.S.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 

CHO, BYUNG TACK, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
CLARK. AMOS 0., A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor. Education Department 
CLARKE, JOHN R., Ph.D., M.A., B.A. 

Associate Professor, Psychology Department 
CLAY, FAYE C, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor, English Department 

CLAY, HOWARD B., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 
COEFIELD, G. W., B.S., M.A. 

Librarian 
COLEMAN, HUBERT A., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 
COOK. GEORGE A., A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, English Department 




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A native of Chisholm, Minnesota, Dr. Corinne 
Holt Rickert serves as Director of Campus Broad- 
casting for the College. Since her tenure of office 
at East Carolina College, the former actress has 
served on five faculty committees and is currently 
the chairman of the Student Government Associa- 
tion Entertainment Committee. 

After living abroad for six years, Dr. Rickert 
is well versed in three languages and can speak 
useful phrases in seven foreign tongues. Her writ- 
ings include a three-act adaptation of "Huckleberry 
Finn," "An Addition to the Canon of Bacon's 
Writings," an article in Modern Language Review, 
and John Darrell: Minister and Exorcist. 

"People — I just plain like people" is the 
phrase she uses when asked about her hobbies. A 
member of Phi Beta Kappa, Dr. Rickert enjoys 
reading, photography, target shooting, and raising 
Siamese cats. This personable lady is a member of 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Zeta Phi Eta, the South Atlantic 
Modern Language Association, and the Southern 
Renaissance Society. 



CONGLETON. BETTY, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor. Social Studies Department 
CRAMER, ROBERT E., Ph.D. 

Professor. Geography Department 
CRAWLEY. WESLEY V., M.S. 

Associate Professor, School of Art 
CRENSHAW. MARGUERITE V., A.B., M.A., B.L.S. 

Assistant Professor, Library Science Department 

CUBBEDGE, FRANKIE H., A.B. 

Librarian 
CUMMINGS, J. B., B.S., M.A. 

Professor, Geography Department 
DANIELS. FRANCES, B.S., M.A., Prof. Diploma 

Associate Professor, School of Business 
DANIELS. JOHN W.. B.A.. M.A., A.M. 

Associate Professor. Mathematics Department 

DAUGHERTY. MABEL, B.S.. M.S. 

Associate Professor. Home Economics Department 
DAUGHERTY, PATRICIA, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Science Department 
DAUGHERTY. STELLA, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor. Mathematics Department 
DAVIS. DAVID R.. A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor, Mathematics Department 

DAVIS, GRAHAM J.. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Science Department 
DAVIS. JOHN B., JR., M.A. 

Associate Professor. Mathematics Department 
DAVIS. VERA BROOKE, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department 
DAWSON, C. C, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor, School of Business 

DEBTER. OUIDA C, B.S.. M.A. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 
DEMPSEY, AUDREY V., A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 

Professor. School of Business 
DERRICK, J. 0., A.B., M.S. 

Professor. Chemistry Department 
DERRICK, MILDRED, B.S.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department 

DeVORSEY, LOUIS, M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Geography Department 
DEWAR, THADYS, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 
DICKENS, MARCELYN B. 

Secretary, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
DIXON, CALVERT, B.S., M.S., Ed.S. 

Associate Professor, Psychology Department 

DOUGLAS, GEORGE A.. A.B.. Ph.M., Ph.D. 

Professor, Social Studies Department 
DOWELL, SUE N. M., M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
DRAKE, ELIZABETH, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 
DURHAM. W. EDMUND, A.B., M.M.Ed., Ph.D. 

Professor, School of Music 

DURHAM, WILLIAM H., JR., B.S., Ed.M., Ed.D. 

Professor. School of Business 
EAGAN, ELSIE S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Education Department 
EBBS, JOHN D., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, English Department 
EDENS, RUBY E., B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 







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Teacher, archivist, and author are three fields 
of Dr. Herbert R. Paschal, Jr. As a teacher, he 
instructs in the Social Studies Department. As an 
archivist, he works in the North Carolina State 
Department of Archives and History in Raleigh. 
As an author, he has written the book, A History 
of Colonial Bath and several articles including "A 
State in Search of a Birthday." A forthcoming 
publication of Dr. Paschal is Proprietary Govern- 
ment in North Carolina. 

In the field of research. Dr. Paschal has done 
contracted work for the United States Department 
of Justice on the Tuscarora Indians in North 
Carolina. A full report was prepared, based on 
two years of research. 

Educated at Wake Forest and the University 
of North Carolina, this Phi Beta Kappa member 
is chairman of the local Uibrary Committee, ad- 
visor to the Kappa Alpha Order, and former ad- 
visor to the Student Senate and Historical Society. 
A former Navy man, Dr. Paschal is also a mem- 
ber of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, 
the American Historical Association and the South- 
ern Historical Association. 



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EDMISTON. ROBERT S.. B.A.. M.F.A. 

Instructor. School of Art 
EISEMAN. BYRON M.. JR.. B.S.. LL.B. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
EISEMAN. CAROL COLE. B.S., A.B., M.B.A. 

Instructor. School of Business 
ELLEN. JOHN C. JR.. B.A.. A.B.J.. M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Social Studies Department 

ELLER. FRANK W.. A.B.. M.A.. Ed.D. 

Professor. Science Department 
ELLIS. LENA C. B.S.. A.B.. M.A. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 
ENGLE. NANENE. A.B., M.A.T. 

Assistant Professor. School of Art 
EVERETT. GROVER W., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Science Department 

EVERETT. NELL C. B.S., M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
FAHRNER, ALVIN A.. A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department 
FARIS. DON W.. B.S.. M.Ed. 

Instructor. Science Department 
FARNHAM. EMILY. B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, School of Art 

FINCH. ALTON V., B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 
FLEMING. ELLEN C. A.B.. M.A. 

Associate Professor. Mathematics Department 
FLEMING, JAMES L.. B.S., M.A. 

Professor. Foreign Language Department 
FULLER. FRANK G., Ed.D. 

Professor, Education Department 



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Composer-in-residenee in the School of Music, 
Dr. Martin Mailman completed his three degrees 
at the Eastman School of Music of the University 
of Rochester in New York. In the field of teach- 
ing, his career includes terms at the United States 
Naval School of Music, the Eastman School of 
Music, and the Brevard Music Center. 

Membership in the Southeastern Composers 
League, the Florida Composers League, and Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia receive much of this Associate 
Professor's time. Under an exclusive contract with 
Mills Music, Dr. Mailman has published Alleluia, 
Petite Partita, and Three Madrigals. He currently 
has work recorded on Mercury Records. 

At East Carolina. Dr. Mailman is a member 
of the Curriculum Committee and last year served 
as chairman of the Contemporary Music Festival. 
In the Summer of 1962, he was one of the nine 
young composers selected by the Ford Foundation 
to participate in the Stravinsky Festival held at 
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GANTT, ROBERT B., A.B.. M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education 
GILLIS, WILLIE MAE. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Psychology Department 
GOODMAN. MARY. A.B., M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
GORDLEY, TRAN, B.F.A., M.F.A. 

Associate Professor, School of Art 

GRAHAM, JUNE M., B.S., M.B.E. 

Instructor. School of Business 
GRATE. WILLIAM H„ M.A.. Ph.B., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. English Department 
GRAY, WELLINGTON B., Ed.D. 

Professor. School of Art 
GREENE, MARY H., A.B.. M.A. 

Associate Professor, English Department 

GRIGSBY, LOIS, M.A. 

Associate Professor, English Department 
GROSS, D. D.. A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Psychology and Humanities 
Departments 
HAIGWOOD, T. J., Ph.D. 

Professor. Industrial Arts Department 
HALL, MABEL LACY, M.S. 

Associate Professor, Home Economics Department 

HAMPTON, CAROL D., A.B., M.S. 

Assistant Professor. Science Department 
HARRISON, ALICE M., A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, School of Business 
HARRISON, WILLIAM A. 

Sergeant, Air Science Department 
HASSELL, RUBY E., A.B., M.A. 

Librarian 





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HELMS, MARY C, Ph.D. 

Professor, Science Department 
HELMS, R. M., Ed.D. 

Professor. Science Department 
HILL, MARVIN S., R.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department 
HILL, SAMUEL T., A.B., LL.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 

HOGAN, GAY E., A.B., M.Ed. 

Instructor. Health and Physical Education 
HOLBERG. MOSELLE. B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Foreign Language Department 
HOLMES, DR. KEITH D., Ph.D. 

Professor. Education Department 
HORTON. JAMES M, JR., M.A. 

Instructor, Science Department 

HOWELL, JOHN M., Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 
HOWELL, W. W., M.A. 

Professor. School of Business 
HYMAN, MAC, A.B. 

Assistant Professor. English Department 
JACKSON, BERNARD R., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Education Department 

JACOBSON, LEON, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. School of Art 
JAMES, KENNETH C. A.B., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
JEFFREYS. DONALD B., B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Science Department 
JENKINS. ANTOINETTE S., A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. English Department 

JENKINS, EDGAR B.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, English Department 
JOHNSON. GORDON, B.S., M.M. 

Associate Professor, School of Music 
JOHNSON. F. MILAM, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor. Mathematics Department 
JONES. HAROLD A., B.M., M.A. 

Instructor, School of Music 

JONES, MARY JANE, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
JONES, RAY L., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 
JORGENSEN. N. M., B.S.. M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor. Health and Physical Education 
KELSEY, CLARENCE M., A.B., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department 

KIDD. ELBERT L.. A.B. 

Major. Air Science Department 
KILPATRICK, RACHEL H., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. English Department 
KNIGHT. GEORGE W.. JR.. B.S.. M.A. 

Instructor. School of Music 
KOBLIE, RONALD L., B.S., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department 

KOON, ERVIN E. 

Sergeant, Air Science Department 
LABAUME, CATHERINE, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor, Foreign Language Department 
LAMBIE, RUTH. B.S.. M.S. 

Assistant Professor. Home Economics Department 
LANIER, GENE D., B.S, M.S. 

Librarian 



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LARSEN, TORA M„ Ph.D. 

Professor, School of Business 
LEDBETTER. GORMAN W.. A.B., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 
LEITH, ROBERT W., B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department 
L0ESS1N, EDGAR R., A.B., M.F.A. 

Associate Professor, English Department 

LOWE, VELMA, A.B., M.S. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
LUNDY, TALMAGE, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, Science Department 
MAILMAN. MARY NAN, B.M., M.M. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 
MANDEL, JACOB, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Psychology Department 

MANN, SALLIE E., B.S., M.A. 

Librarian 
MARTIN. FRED CARLYLE, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Foreign Language Department 
MARTIN. GEORGE C.. JR., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Geography Department 
MARTIN, W. B.. Ed.D. 

Associate Professor, Education Department 

MARTINEZ, INEZ N., B.S. 

Instructor, School of Nursing 
MARTINEZ. RAY H., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
MARTOCCIA, C. T., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, Psychology Department 
MATTHEIS. FLOYD E., B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor, Science Department 




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Since joining the staff in 1930, Mrs. Agnes 
W. Barrett, Administrative Secretary, has done 
much for the College, the faculty, the staff, and 
the students. Born in Cadiz, Kentucky, this "Buc- 
caneer Citation" recipient serves both the President 
and the Board of Trustees in secretarial capacities. 

Mrs. Barrett was educated at Western Ken- 
tucky State College and Bowling Green College, 
the latter of which she is a graduate. Among her 
many civic activities, Mrs. Barrett holds member- 
ship in the Clio Book Club. This smiling per- 
sonality who is a favorite with all people she meets 
enjoys reading, dramatics, golf, and traveling, and, 
as she expresses it, "diggin' and my garden." 

Formerly, Mrs. Barrett has served as Presi- 
dent of the Faculty Lecture Club, Coordinator for 
Civilian Pilot Training, and participant in several 
faculty plays. She has and still continues to do 
outstanding work with the Eighth Street Christian 
Church, of which she is a member. 









McDANIELS, JESSE L., A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of 1 
McGRATH. HAROLD M., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Business 
MILLER, THOMAS W., B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Music 
MILLS. HARLAN, B.A., M.F.A. 

Assistant Professor, English Department 

MILSTEAD, HARLEY P.. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Geography Department 
MINNIS, PAUL R., B.S.. M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, School of Art 
MITCHELL, MAVIS, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Health and Physical Education 
MODLIN, RUTH, A.B.. M.A., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor, Education Department 

MOORE. MIRIAM B., B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. 

Professor. Home Economics Department 
MORRISON. ROBERT R., A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department 
MURAD. ALFRED, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor. Foreign Language Department 
MURRAY, ANNIE MAE, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Education Department 

MURRAY. JANE, B.S. 

Graduate Assistant. School of Music 
MURRAY, PAUL, M.A., B.Ph., Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 
MYERS, BOB. B.S., M.A. 

Instructor, School of Business 
MYERS, CHRISTINE F, B.S., M.A. 

Instructor. School of Business 



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Photography, music, and travel are the hob- 
bies of the Dean of the School of Art. Born in 
Albany, New York, Dr. Wellington B. Gray was 
educated in New York, Pennsylvania, and Manila 
in the Philippine Islands. Prior to coming to East 
Carolina in 1956, Dr. Gray has served as a con- 
sultant designer, painter, and free lance commer- 
cial artist. In his work at the College, the Dean 
is president of the American Association of Uni- 
versity Professors, advisor to the Republican Club, 
and chairman of the Buildings and Grounds 
Committee. 

Dr. Gray is listed in Who's Who in America, 
Who's Who in American Education, Directory of 
American Scholars, Contemporary Authors, and 
Who's Who in Art. 

Though a busy person with his many art in- 
terests, the educator finds time for many civic 
endeavors. These activities include Boy Scout work. 



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A professor in the School of Business, Dr. 
James L. White joined the faculty in 1948. Mars 
Hill College. East Carolina College, and Columbia 
University compose his educational background. 
Upon graduation, this Phi Delta Kappa member 
taught in New York and Georgia before coming 
to Greenville. 

Dr. White has co-authored a typewriting text- 
book, Sustained Timed Writings, and has authored 
Business Education in North Carolina and A Guide 
to Curriculum Study in Business Education. In the 
realm of extra activities, this native of Scotland 
Neck is the State Advisor to the Future Business 
Leaders of America and is a past president of the 
North Carolina Business Education Council. 

A great organizer of business conferences, Dr. 
White has served as co-chairman of the Inaugura- 
tion of President Jenkins Committee and as chair- 
man of the Commencement Committee. Pi Omega 
Pi and Delta Phi Epsilon are two business educa- 
tion fraternities of which he is a member. 







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NAPP. R. R., A.B., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor. Social Studies Department 
NEEL. EARL M., B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Geography Department 
NEEL, FRANCIS LEE, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor, Art Department 
NICHOLS, ERNESTINE, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Home Economics Department 

NICHOLSON, EDWARD M., B.S., M.A. 

Instructor. Psychology Department 
NIXON. CLIFFORD L. Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor. Education Department 
NIXON. RUTH H., Ed.D. 

Assistant Professor. Education Department 
OLSEN, HAROLD P., M.S. 

Assistant Professor. Industrial Art Department 

OWENS, PHOEBE B., M.A. 

Librarian 
PARNELL, JAMES H., M.M. 

Associate Professor, School of Music 
PASCHAL, HERBERT R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department 
PASCHAL. MARY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Foreign Language Department 
PASTI, JR., GEORGE. Ph.D. 

Professor, Social Studies Department 
PENNINGTON, RAYMOND B., B.S., M.Ed. 

Instructor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
PEREJDA, ANDREW D., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Geography Department 
PERRY, EVELYN L., B.S. 

Assistant Professor. School of Nursing 





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Aurora College and George Washington Uni- 
versity compose the educational background of Dr. 
Frank G. Fuller. A professor of education, he has 
taught in Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, 
and Maryland before joining the faculty of East 
Carolina College in 1949. 

Sports, travel, photography, and music are 
the sources of amusement for Dr. Fuller. His 
article "What About Guidance?" appeared in an 
edition of North Carolina Education. In addition, 
he has written an article on study habits for fresh- 
man orientation manuals. 

As president of the North Carolina Personnel 
and Guidance Association and the Pitt County 
Mental Health Association, Dr. Fuller displays his 
civic endeavors. He serves the Greenville Moose 
Lodge as Governor. On campus, he has served as 
president of the local chapter of the North Caro- 
lina Education Association and Phi Delta Kappa. 

Credit is due Dr. Fuller for the development 
of the graduate program for the training of guid- 
ance counselors 




PERRY. MARGUERITE. A.B, M.A. 

Associate Professor, Foreign Languages 
Department 
PIERCE. OVID. M.A. 

Professor. English Department 
PINION, MARGARET ANN. A.B., M.A. 

Instructor, English Department 
PITT. HENRY L. 

Personnel Specialist, Air Science Department 

POINDEXTER. JAMES E, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor. English Department 
POINDEXTER, MARY. A.B.. M.A. 

Instructor. English Department 
POSEY. MEREDITH NEILL, A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. 

Professor, English Department 
POTTER. GWEN, M.A., C.P.A. 

Associate Professor. School of Business 

PREWETT, CLINTON, Ph.D. 

Professor, Psvchologv Department 
READ, FLOYD M.. M.S. 

Assistant Professor. Science Department 
REEDER. GLEN P.. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Health and Physical Education 
Department 
REILLY, BART M., A.B., M.A., S.T.L., S.T.D. 

Associate Professor. English Department 

REYNOLDS, CHARLES W.. B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor. Science Department 
REYNOLDS, JOHN 0., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Mathematics Department 
REYNOLDS, LENA B.. A.B.. M.A. 

Assistant Professor, English Department 
ROYCE, GERALD ARTHUR. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, School of Business 



RUSSELL, BETTY J., B.S., M.A. 

Instructor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
SAUNDERS, FRANK W., A.B., M.A. 

Professor. Mathematics Department 
SCOTT. B. E., M.A.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department 
SCOTT, PERCY CARDEN, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor, Mathematics Department 

SERRINS. DAVID, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 
SEXAUER. DONALD, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. School of Art 
SHANK, BARRY M., B.M.Ed, M.M. 

Assistant Professor. School of Music 
SHAW, RUTH GRABER, B.S, M.S. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 

SHEA, JANICE, B.S, M.S. 

Instructor, Home Economics Department 
SHEA, PHILIP, M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Geography Department 
SILVERS, GRACE P, B.S, C.P.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Business 
SIMPSON, DONALD G, B.S. 

Major, Air Science Department 

SIMPSON, EVERETT C, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor. Science Department 
SMILEY. WENDELL W, A.B, M.A. 

Professor, Library Science Department 
SNEDEN, JOHN A., JR., A.B, M.A. 

Assistant Professor, English Department 
SORENSEN. FREDERICK. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, English Department 

SOUTHWICK, MILDRED D, A.B, M.A, Ph.D. 

Librarian 
SPEIGHT, FRANCIS 

Professor. School of Art 
STALLINGS, NELL, M.A. 

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
STASAVICH, CLARENCE, M.A. 

Associate Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 

STATON, MARY LOIS, Ph.D. 

Professor. Education Department 
STEELE, RALPH H., B.S, M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 
STEELE, MARY S, A.B, M.N. 

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing 
STEPHENSON. RICHARD, A.B, M.S. 

Assistant Professor, Geography Department 

STEVENS, CHARLES, B.A, M.A. 

Assistant Professor, School of Music 
STEWART, JAMES H, Ph.D. 

Professor, School of Business 
STEWART, LELAND, Ph.D. 

Professor, Science Department 
STILLWELL, EDGAR F, B.S, M.A, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Science Department 

STILLWELL, H. DANIEL, B.S, M.F, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor. Geography Department 
STOUT, CARL E, B.M.. M.A. 

Instructor, School of Music 
STRASSLER, PAUL GENE, B.S, M.Ed, M.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor, School of Music 
STRAWN, ALICE, B.S, M.A. 

Associate Professor, Home Economics Department 




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SUGGS. JOANNE L.. B.S.. M.P.H. 

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing 
SUTTON. VIRGINIA EVANS, B.S. 

Librarian 
SWINDELL. JR.. LEWIS H., B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor, Education Department 
THOMAS. DAVID N., M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Social Studies Department 

THORPE. CAROLYN, B.S., M.S. 

Instructor. Health and Physical Education 
Department 
TODD. RICHARD C. Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 
TOLL. ELEANOR E.. M.M.. B.M. 

Assistant Professor. School of Music 
TOLL. PAUL A.. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor. Social Studies Department 

TOWNSEND, FRANK C, M.A. 

Assistant Professor. Mathematics Department 
UTTERBACK. ELIZABETH, Ed.D. 

Professor. English Department 
VANSANT, HENRY, B.S., M.A. 

Instructor. Health and Physical Education 
Department 
VORNHOLT. DAN E., M.A.. B.M. 

Associate Professor, School of Music 

WALDROP. BONNIE EVANS, B.S., A.A. 

Instructor. School of Nursing 
WALDROP. JR.. PAUL E., B.S., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor, Industrial Arts Department 
WALKER. ELIZABETH S., B.A., M.A. 

Librarian 
WANDERMAJN, HENRY, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor, Foreign Language Department 




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A retired Colonel in the United States Army 
Reserve, Dr. George C. Martin of the Department 
of Geography has taught at the University of 
Tennessee prior to joining the local faculty in 
1948. Educated at the University of Tennessee 
and Ohio State University, Dr. Martin excels in 
instructing capabilities and qualities which make 
him a favorite with students. 

An avid bridge fan, Dr. Martin is a former 
advisor to the East Carolina Student Government 
Association. He is a member of the National 
Science Foundation and the Society of Sigma Xi. 

This John A. Bownocker fellowship recipient 
has written extensively about the geology of the 
Northern Swquatchie Valley in East Tennessee. 



WARREN, EVA W., A.B., M.Ed., M.P.H. 

Professor, School of Nursing 
WATSON, WILLIAM H., B.S., LL.B. 

Instructor, School of Business 
WEBBER, CARROLL A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department 
WELBORN, ODELL L.. B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education 
Department 

WHITE, GLADYS R., B.S., M.A. 

Instructor, School of Music 
WHITE, JAMES L., Ph.D. 

Professor, School of Business 
WHITE, KATHERINE WILSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, English Department 
WILDER. VERNIE, B.S., M.A. 

Librarian 

WILHELM, HOLMES, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages Department 
WILLIAMS, LOUISE L., M.A. 

Associate Professor, Mathematics Department 
WILLIAMS, MARY E., A.B., M.A. 

Librarian 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT W., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, Social Studies Department 

WILSON, DARRELL C, B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor, Social Studies Department 
WILTON, CHRISTINE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor, Science Department 
WINKLER, FRANCES R., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor, English Department 
WOODSIDE, ROBERT, B.S., M.S. 

Instructor, Mathematics Department 











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Born in Cordele, Georgia, Mr. Mac Hyman 
makes his debut as a resident writer and assistant 
professor of English at East Carolina College. He 
attended North Georgia State College, Duke Uni- 
versity, and Auburn, as well as doing graduate 
work at Columbia University. A former Air Force 
pilot, Mr. Hyman has twenty-three combat mis- 
sions over Japan to his credit. 

The popular novel. No Time For Sergeants, 
was authored by Mr. Hyman. It has been made 
into a television show, a play, and a movie. East 
Carolina's second popular novelist, Mr. Hyman also 
has had short stories published in Esquire, Paris Re- 
vieiv, Nugget, and Arts Forum. 

In addition to teaching and writing, Mr. Hy- 
man occasionally finds time to play a little tennis 
and golf and hunt. 








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Caught in the act of being themselves, members of the administrative staff discuss current events over a cup of "Soda Shop Coffee 



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Coaches Clarence Stasavich and Earl Smith, along with Dr. N. M. 
Jorgensen, enjoy watermelon, College Union-style. 





Alumni Secretary, Miss Janice Hardison, tinkers under the hood of her MG. 



A cigarette and a cup of coffee — that is Miss Gwen Potter's recipe for 
relaxation. 





X" *" s compared to the nine original departments, East 
Carolina College now has seventeen fields of study which 
compose the curriculum. In addition, courses in agriculture, 
pulp and paper technology, and engineering are offered. Pre- 
professional programs are also available. 

Within these departments, professors and students work 
together for the betterment of the educational system. Classes 
meet hourly for fifty minutes with the necessary labs being 
longer. These phases of the College fashion a great percentage 
of the academic program. 



jtlrts in Austin Auditorium. 




Three hundred and thirty cadets are in the Air Science 
Department for the 1962-1963 academic term. Under the super- 
vision of Major Elbert L. Kidd. the staff of nine guides these 
prospective second lieutenants of the United States Air Force 
through a four-year program. 

The activities of this realm of education include member- 
ship in the Arnold Air Society for those excelling in Air 
Science, the Drill team for those specializing in precision drill- 
ing, or the Color Guard. A coeducational organization, the 
Angel Flight, is also sponsored by the Department of Air 
Science. 

An additional facility provided Air Science participants is 
the lounge in the basement of Austin Building which is com- 
parable to the College Union. 



Each week instructions in the field of Air Science are given during the 
class lectures. 



Precision marching is a test of the drill team's perform- 



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Rising to attention when an officer enters is standard procedure for Air Science students. 
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October was an outstanding month for the School of Art. 
At this time, the official title of school was awarded this former 
department and affiliation with the National Association of 
Schools of Art was also completed. Under the leadership of 
Dr. Wellington B. Gray, the East Carolina School of Art has 
the largest and most complete facilities for graphic arts and 
ceramics in the South. Among other ratings, the school is the 
largest collegiate art school in the mid-South and the only 
school of art in North Carolina. 

Numerous shows and exhibitions are staged by the sixteen 
faculty members and the two hundred art majors. These stu- 
dents also form an art club and exceptional students are members 
of the honorary art fraternity, Delta Phi Delta. 



Tedious work is encountered in the School of Ar 
strives to finish her project. 



this busy student 




Pottery, ceramics, and canvas work are three of the interesting phases 
of art courses. Interested onlookers seem to agree that this phase, at 
least, is one of interest. 





"Field work" seems to be a portion of many courses, whether it be 
art, science, or business. This coed strives to capture the beauty 
of nature, as she alone sees it, on canvas. 




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With fourteen hundred and seventeen students working 
toward a degree in Business, the School of Business ranks 
twelfth in size of the departments of Business in the South. 
Due to revised curriculum and increased standards, the 
department has held a "school" status since 1961. 

Dr. Elmer R. Browning serves the School of Business 
as dean. Thirty-six full-time faculty members compose the 
school's teaching staff. Housed in Rawl Building, the School 
of Business offers five plans, the newest being economics, 
of majors from which to choose. After completing the 
course requirements for a B.S., A.B., or M.A. degree, busi- 
ness majors usually go into the field of accounting, manage- 
ment, or teaching. 

Five departmental organizations are available to mem- 
bers of the School of Business who seek closer affiliation 



with those in the i 



field. 



Accounting puzzles many business students including Miss 
Judy Whitfield. Here Mr. Cameron tries to show her an 
easy way to the solution. 



Dr. Dempsey, as well as the other professors, spends much of her time in 
her office grading papers and reports. 



Dr. Stewart explains the 



degree in economics which the School of Business is offering. 






Dr. Slaton spends much time evaluating student teachers and offering then 
constructive criticism. 



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East Carolina is noted for its teacher training program. The 
Education Department which has eleven hundred majors is highly- 
responsible for this status. Along with the academic side of educa- 
tion comes the student organizations. Five such societies are present 
on the campus. 

In addition, this department, under the leadership of Dr. 
Douglas R. Jones, also offers special programs. Included are 
remedial reading classes, guidance counseling, speech correction 
sessions, and special summer reading clinics. 




Education majors learn to play with the children they teach. 



ith many college quizzes, time is an essential element. 



A part of all instructors' time is that spent on administering tests. 





Authors, Ovid Williams Pierce and Mac Hyman, discuss a book at one of their frequent "gabfests.' 



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Bruce Howell 
speech class. 



his speaking ability in Dr. Charles' 




Teaching, journalism, and graduate work are the three major fields 
into which the graduates of the English Department enter. With over three 
hundred majors in the field, the department offers three degrees. An 
English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta, also advances the development of the 
English curriculum on campus. 

Acting as a service department, the English faculty, headed by Dr. 
Meredith N. Posey, is composed of forty-three staff members including two 
noted authors. Ovid Williams Pierce and Mac Hyman. Two fellowships 
are also given by the department to deserving graduate assistants. Future 
plans include a speech laboratory and a further enlargement of the 
curriculum. 



Two English majors listen as Dr. Posey, the department head, counsels them about 
their courses for next quarter. 





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Versatile instructors characterize the Department of Foreign Languages. 

Local college students find that a foreign exchange student pr 



French. Spanish, German, and Russian are the four 
languages offered by the Foreign Languages Department. 
In order to enhance the study of these languages, two 
foreign students are brought to the campus each year, 
therefore providing communication in the native tongues. 
Sixty majors along with twelve instructors are in the de- 
partment. Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree 
also complete twenty hours of foreign language. 

Directed by Mr. James L. Fleming, a foreign lan- 
guage laboratory and a listening and reading room has 
been established. Two foreign language majors have also 
won the scholarships given by the American Association 
of University Women. Six students, in addition, went 
abroad for further study this past summer. 



filial and intern 





Rocks are thoroughly analyzed in the geology laboratory. Dr. Cramer 
identifies specimens for these two students. 



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Workshops, travel-study tours, and expansion are included 
on the agenda for the Geography Department. With seventy 
majors and twelve faculty members, the department is one of 
the largest undergraduate departments of geography in the 
nation. Cartography and geology laboratories are available for 
student use. 

Upon the completion of either of the two degrees offered 
in geography, the graduates usually enter city and regional 
planning, cartography, teaching, or government work. An 
honorary geography fraternity, Gamma Theta Upsilon, is also 
under the supervision of the department which is directed by 
Dr. Robert E. Cramer. 



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Maps are studied by two geography majors. 



Special points of interest are pointed out on the globe under the supervi 
Dr. DeVorsey. 



Courses in mapmaking are completed through the 
use of the necessary equipment in the cartography 
laboratory. 






Six onlookers observe the swimn 



instructor demonstrating the placement of the hands fo 



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Currently, three hundred and sixty students are majoring 
in the Health and Physical Education Department. These stu- 
dents, along with many more, are instructed by the twenty- 
two faculty members of the department who are directed by 
Dr. N. M. Jorgensen. Teaching and coaching are the major 
occupations of the graduates of this department. 

In addition to offering the Bachelor of Science and Master 
of Arts degrees, the department is authorized to grant a cer- 
tificate in recreation. 

Five student organizations, including Phi Epsilon Kappa, 
the Women's Recreation Association, the Physical Education 
Majors Club, the Weight Training Club, and the Cudas of 
Carolina, are affiliated with this department. The swimming 
pool, tennis courts, intramural areas, and athletic fields com- 
prise additional facilities. 




Leisure time of many boys is spent in the weight lifting room. 



"To the center of the circle and round you go" 
in the square dancing class. 



-goes the call periodically 



Staunch muscles lift a heavy weight 
strength of this "Charles Atlas." 



as interested observers watch the 






Budget planning is an essential course in the Home Economics major's 
curriculum. 




These three coeds prepare th 
on foods. 



vn meals in one of the courses 



With the acquisition of a new department director. 
Dr. Miriam B. Moore, the Home Economics Department 
continues to strive for more skilled homemakers. Upon the 
completion of the Bachelor of Science degree, a great diver- 
sity of opportunities await the graduate of this department. 
Included are the teaching, the home demonstration, and 
the foods fields. 

Located in Flanagan Building, the Home Economics 
Department was originally a part of the Science Depart- 
ment. Tremendous growth has taken place and now the 
department is an active part of the campus through the 
sponsorship of the Home Economics Club and Phi Omicron 
honor fraternity. 



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Planning a house 



tricate problems which are faced by these four young ladies. They discuss their plans and seek the solutions. 







Industry, government, and the teaching profession are 
three major fields which graduates of the local Industrial 
Arts Department go into. Established in 1949, the depart- 
ment now has a staff of nine instructors who teach two 
courses to the one hundred and fifty majors in the field. 

Facilities in the basement of Flanagan Building for 
these students include a welding library and 19,000 sq 
feet of floor space, added just this year. 

Under the direction of Dr. Kenneth L. Bing, this 
academic department sponsors two student organizations, 
the Industrial Arts Club and the honorary fraternity, Alpha 
Delta Tau. 




Scale models are made as projects for courses 
Industrial Arts. 




Prior to graduation from the department, Library Science majors are well-equipped and experienced in running the "desk. 



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Becoming familiar with all phases of research work in 
the library is a major element of the work in the Library 
Science Department. 



Beth Harris and Judy Belch supervise two Rose High 
students in their library research. 




Established on the campus in 1936, the Library Science 
Department now offers the Bachelor of Arts and the Master of 
Arts degrees. Currently, there are twenty-five students carrying 
this educational realm as their major and sixty persons who 
have library science as a minor. 

An added outlet for those students interested in the library 
and its facilities is the Library Club. This student organizat 
is sponsored by the Library Science Department which is headed 
by Mr. Wendell Smiley. 






Claiming two hundred and twenty-seven majors 
and fifteen full-time faculty members, the Mathematics 
1 Department, with Dr. David R. Davis as head, is 
pranked in the American Mathematics Society Notices. 
This department which offers three degrees is one of 
JEast Carolina College's most stable areas of education. 
Along with the many required mathematics courses 
and laboratories, a major in this field can find outlets 
for his energies in the Mathematics Club. 




"Solutions come easy after exercise," explains this student to her professor and 
a fellow classmate. 




Calculators buzz as Mathematics majors learn the methods of using these intricate 
machines. 





Dr. Reynolds maintains a close watch on his students as they seek Complicated mathematics problems are explained by Dr. Reynolds in Math 262. 

to explain the mathematical equations. 



Melba Rhue and Dr. Davis complete this problem to the chagrin of the other pupils in the classroom. 





Listening to the records in a designated 
theory classes. 



integral part of the music 



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Performance at various conferences, civic meets, and festivals is 
typical of the sixteen performance groups in the School of Music. An- 
nually the school initiates a series of programs including those for tele- 
vision, for the Contemporary Music Festival and for the Summer Music 
Cam]). 

Offering five degrees, this new school has one hundred and seventy- 
majors who are taught by thirty-four instructors. Included on the staff 
are two composers. Dr. Martin Mailman and Mr. James H. Parnell. 
These faculty members who serve as guest conductors and composers 
throughout the state also aid the programs of five musical organizations 
within the school. 




Traditional sounds of the opening and closing of the 
lockers are heard throughout the Music Hall every day. 



Practice sessions on the 
their field of music. 



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rip to Pitt Memorial Hospital is on the agenda for 
student nurses several mornings of the week. 




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Established through an act of the State Legis- 
lature in 1959, the School of Nursing was the first 
department to gain the status of a school on the 

| campus. Guided by Mrs. Eva Warren, this school, 
which is accredited by the State Board and the 
National League for Nursing, has grown to a staff 
of ten teachers with approximately eighty students 
working toward the Bachelor of Science Degree. 

Facilities for the student nurses are made 
available by the selected hospitals and other com- 

, munity agencies. On campus, the school is pro- 
vided with a nursing laboratory located on the 
third floor of Graham Building. 




Turning a patient over in the bed by a lifter is a process which is taught to the nursing 
students. 




Interesting bulletin board de 
knowledge. 



their medical 



The nursing dummy's blood pressure is tested by two of the pupils 




The nursing dummy's blood 
pressure is tested by two of 
the pupils. 



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Monty Mills watches Mr. Ed Nicholson grade her aptitude test on the 
IBM electronic test scorer. When the results tally, she becomes awed 
by the outcome. 



Interviewing is an aspect of the psychological method used in coun- 
seling students. 




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Future plans within the Psychology Department place 
greater emphasis on the clinical aspects of the subject matter. 
A testing center has been established in order to attain this 
goal. Under the direction of Dr. Clinton R. Prewett, this de- 
partment stresses student research among its thirteen faculty 
members and two hundred majors. 

Teaching and mental health clinic work claim the majority 
of the graduates of this department. Psychology majors also 
may obtain membership in their student organization, the 
Psychology Club. 



"Watch that story tell 
tested on the polygraph. 



seems to say as a pupil is 




Dr. Prewett, head of the Psychology Department,, advises Frank Galloway 
and Donna Cain on thei 





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Tremendous growth has occurred in the Science Department 
within the past seventeen years. In 1945. there were six teachers in 
the department. Now there are twenty-six with Dr. Charles W. 
[Reynolds as the director. Likewise, the number of majors has in- 
creased to over four hundred. Teaching, industry, and technology 
iare the primary fields into which these students go. 

Included in the curriculum are four major fields of study — 
sbiology, chemistry, physics, and general science. In addition, facili- 
ties for the students consist of a photography laboratory, several dark- 
rooms, and numerous research laboratories. Seminars also are being 
held, and two student organizations are outgrowths of the Science 
Department. 




Faculty members of the Science Department often 
for current events, class problems, or mere s 





Counseling and guidance are a part of a professor's schedule 
in the Social Studies Department. 



To give students a thorough understanding of 
society as a whole is the general aim of the Social 
Studies Department. With thirty-one full-time profes- 
sors and five graduate assistants, the department strives 
for this goal. 

All students including the seven hundred and 
twenty Social Studies majors are subjected to public 
lectures which have included the Danforth Foundation 
Project and the World Affairs Institute. 

Led by Dr. Paul Murray, the departmental gradu- 
ates usually become teachers or social workers. As 
students in the department, they were offered courses 
in history, government, and sociology. 



Dr. Steelman lectures her history class on the events which took place in the 
United States during the early 1800's. 



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Dr. Todd, Dr. Howell, Dr. Paschal, and Dr. Williams informally chat Points of interest in the world are noted by Professors Howell, Coleman, 

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the campus. Within these 
and counselors act as the j_ 
the College enrollment. 

These residences include Wilson Hall, the oldest, which 
in 1900. and New Dorm which was completed for 
the 1963 term. Other residences for College students include 
off-campus housing and fraternity or sorority houses. 




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Fifteen resident counselors, three men and twelve ladies, 
compose the supervision of the students who live in the twelve 
dormitories of the East Carolina College campus. These people 
act as guides and counselors to the students who reside in the 
dormitories. Dean Ruth White heads the women counselors. 
The men counselors are under the Director of Housing, Mr. Dan 
Kenneth Wooten. 



MISS SOPHIE I -ISCHEL. Garrett Hall 
MRS. RUTH GARNER. Fleming Hall 
MRS. CAROLYN F. RAPER. Cotten Hall 



MRS. ALBERT TAYLOR, Woman's 

Hall 
MRS. NANCY HAWTHORNE, 

Ragsdale Hall 




MR. CHARLES SPIEGLE, Avcock Ha 
MR. ED NICHOLSON. New Dorm 



MISS ALMA BIZZELL. Cotten Hall 
MRS. HELEN SNYDER, Garrett Hall 
MRS. CHARLOTTE KNIGHTEN, Wil 
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Vice President Marita Rosental 

Secretary - Carol Morris 

Treasurer Euleta Johnson 








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George Way 

Richard Stokes 
Norman Lieberman 






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Vice President Peggy Davis 

Secretary Elaine Brewer 

Treasurer Priscilla Lynch 

Senate Representative Georgia Hooks 



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[Yeasurer _ Kenneth Lee Joyner 

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V^ice President Judy Godwin 

secretary Nell Garner 

treasurer Vivian Lindsay 

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Vice President Penny Houston 

Secretary Grace Dail 

Treasurer Jane Tingen 



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Vice President Luray Mitchell 

Secretary _ Cinda Parmelee 

Treasurer Celia Orr 





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Sandra Cobb 

Sylvia Harris 

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rom the heat in the classrooms to the be 
library — these are the facilities offered to the stude 
Carolina College. Registration, personal appearance 
and television, and activities of the College Lnion are included 
in these assets to the College slue 

Every day, these people are the ones who work behind 
the scenes. Little recognition is received, but they continue 
their timely vigil. Together these facilities form a major por- 
tion of the Collene. 




G. Hardison assumed the title of Director of Foundations and Alumni 
on June 1, 1962, following several years in the teaching profession. 



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Organized on June 5, 1912. by the Classes of 
1911 and 1912, the Alumni Association of East 
Carolina College was founded to develop a spirit 
of cooperation among its members, to increase a 
spirit of loyalty to its Alma Mater and to promote 
the general welfare of the institution. Maintain- 
ing an alphabetical file of all graduates, a class 
file, and a geographical file, this association keeps 
alumni informed about college activities, encour- 
ages alumni to represent the College in their com- 
munities, and urges each alumnus to make an an- 
nual contribution to the College. 

Activities of the Alumni Association include 
the publication of a monthly news bulletin and a 
quarterly magazine. These phases of the associa- 
tion's work are" under the supervision of Alumni 
Secretary Janice G. Hardison. Miss Hardison has 
worked closely with the establishment of the ECC 
Development Fund. 





Student assistants find that their work is cut out for thei 
month when the hulk-tins are ready for distribution. 



The alumni of the College, under Alumni Secretary Hardison's leadership, hav 
for the benefit of the Fioklrn Memorial Stadium. 



Mrs. Frances Van Nortwick serves Miss Hardison as secretary. Her 
duties, consequently, require many hours at the typewriter. 



active part in the Liggett and Myers Paper Penny Campaign 





Many alumni and friends were on hand 
in May, 1962. On everyone's agenda was 
Building and a visil with the new Directo 
Activities. 



for Commencement activities 

lour of the Alumni-Faculty 
of Foundations and Alumni 




Miss Ruth Bostian, a former student at the College, is one of the many 
ilumni interested in the Paper Penny Campaign. When visiting the 
:ampus last summer, she presented Dr. Robert Holt another of her 
.vrapper collections. 



Association officers for the year are Mr. Fodie H. Hodges 
of Kinston, president; Mrs. E. S. Simpson of Smithfield, 
vice president, not pictured; Mrs. Ruth Garner of Green- 
ville, treasurer; and Miss Janice Hardison, Alumni 
Secretary. 




Due 

Faculty Building 

the Student Teaching G 

Activities. 





Jim Chesnutt, SGA treasurer, and Mr. Alton Finch, Student 
Advisor, discuss improvement plans for the SFAO. 



Mrs. Doris Henderson serves the SFAO as accountant. 



Student 'pund s4cc*u*ttc*ty 



A daily task of Mrs. Frances Dorey is that of cashing checks for 
the students who go to the Student Bank. 




Approximately one hundred and twenty thousand dol- 
lars is disbursed each year through the facilities of the 
Student Fund Accounting Office. This office maintains 
records of all receipts and disbursements for each of the 
organizations supported by the Student Government As- 
sociation. Mrs. Doris Henderson, Accountant, is head of 
the Student Fund Accounting Office aided by faculty ad- 
visor, Mr. Alton Finch, of the School of Business. 



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Under the auspices of the Student Government As- 
sociation, the Student Bank cashes checks and opens ac- 
counts for those students who wish to use its services. The 
bank is not open to the public and is strictly for the con- 
venience of the East Carolina College students. This fa- 
cility is located in the basement of Austin Building. 



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Under the supervision of Miss Mary H. 
Greene, the College News Bureau strives to keep 
the general public informed on happenings on the 
campus, plus to give coverage through the news 
media of student achievement. Established in the 
early days of the College, this facility now sends 
many news releases daily to a mailing list of over 
two hundred newspapers, alumni bulletins, and 
professional pamphlets. Currently, the News Bu- 
reau averages approximately one hundred pub- 
lished articles per week in North Carolina news- 
papers alone. 





Miss Mary H. Greene, Director of the News Bureau and Assistant Director of 
Public Relations, serves as an instructor in the English Department, in addition 
to her many duties in this news covering capacity. 



Personable Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick 
assistant. 



Greene's personal 



VIrs. Virgnia P. Dansey handles the many secre- 
arial chores involved with News Bureau production. 




n order to carry on the many tasks involved in production, student assistants work in part-time capacities. The students are Tony R. Bowen, student 
eporter; James Ferrell, graduate assistant; Mike Lewis, photographer; Judy Spruill and Johnny Parker, office assistants. 





Miss Cynthia Mendenhall serves the College Union as Direi 
College Union Activities. Mrs. Scarlett Miller is her assistant. 





One of the most successful events of the 
Union, was the Halloween Party. 



staged by the Colleg 



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Through the facilities of the College Union, an appeal is 
made to a variety of recreational interests. Television, bridge, 
table tennis, and dancing are just a few of these aspects. In 
most of these fields, tournaments are held. Each year, foreign 
students are honored at a reception, as a part of the College 
Union's special events program. 

The College Union serves as an information center, a 
checking station, a lost and found headquarters, and a general 
gathering center. '"Of, for. and by the students"' — this is the 
motto of the College Union. 



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hours." 



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Bridge and oilier forms of card-playing are a continuous activity of trie College Union. 

Dances are always on the agenda of the CU. Always eager to serve, Miss Mendenhall continues to 

look out for tin' College set. 





No matter what the name — ping pong or table tennis 
it is a favorite sport in the CU. 








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For the usual variety of minor ills that pre- 
vail at East Carolina, proper medical care is avail- 
able through the College Infirmary. Three physi- 
cians and four registered nurses staff the Infirmary. 
Dr. C. F. Irons heads the staff. Services of the 
medical center are free to the student body. A 
portion of the funds necessary to maintain the 
Infirmary comes from fees paid by the student 
in the form of a general fee. 



Doctors C. F. and Malene Irons discuss the problems involved with running 
efficient Infirmary. 



Vaccinations are given occasionally to students who find it neces- 
sary to seek bed in the College Infirmary because of a virus. 








pressure checking is not a rarity for these i 



Clinic hours can be the "trying times" for students as well as the Infii 
personnel. Students come in throngs for medical aid. 





Handling over 200,000 volumes of books is the job of the 
Head Librarian Mr. Wendell Smiley. 



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Eighteen professional librarians and sixty students 
compose the staff of Joyner Library. Located con- 
veniently in the center of the main campus, the library 
greatly aids the students. Its modern facilities includ- 
ing the reading rooms, the periodical room, and the 
North Carolina Reference Room are available at desig- 
nated hours. 

Completed in 1955, this educational center houses 
over 200,000 volumes which include microprint copies 
of every book printed in America before 1800. In 
addition. Joyner Library subscribes to 750 periodicals 
and binds approximately ninety per cent of them for 
future reference. 




Even in the early afternoon, the library is well-used for study, research, and 
leisure reading. 



Operating and maintaining the College switchboard is a part of A beautiful, modern library houses the thousands of volumes of books owned by 

library staff duties. the College. 





Dr. Corinne Rickert, Director of On-Campus Rick Brewer serves as station manager for the 

Broadcasting, receives the news releases from FM facilities on campus. 

United Press International. 



As station manager, Jerry Winberry oversees the 
schedule of the campus radio station. 



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A part of the job of the student disc jockey is to keep an accurate 
of broadcasting time. 



Miss Rosalind Roulston, Director of Radio and Television, and Di 
Miriam Moore, Director of the Home Economics Department, listen t 
tapes they have made for release outside the College. 








Monitors are watched intently as a program is being televised. 



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Located in Joyner Memorial Library, the cam- 
pus AM studios featured a campaign to raise 
money for the United Nations International Chil- 
dren's Emergency Fund this year. This project is 
just one of their civic endeavors. 

This part of WWWS radio is self-supporting. 
With a staff of thirty, the programs of this station 
consist of dedications, old favorites and popular 
music. Remote facilities enable this station to 
broadcast from the College Union a program 
known as the "Dance Party." Air time is from 
3:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight. 



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Founded in 1957, the FM facilities of WWWS 
radio serves the College as publicity and public 
relations agent. Broadway hits, jazz, and classical 
music compose the format of this communications 
medium. In addition, its services include broadcasts 
from British and French Broadcasting Companies. 

Located on the third floor of Austin Building, 
and with an office on the second floor of the 
library, this station is College-owned and operated 
by students as an extracurricular activity. 




A signal is given behind the scenes for the telecast to begin. 



time of the broadcasting staff. 



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Established in September, 1958, the campus 
television station is financed through the auspices 
of the College. This facility is a means of edu- 
cating as well as for entertaining. 

In order to provide entertainment for the stu- 
dent body, the Television Guild was organized. 
This organization is interested in giving its mem- 
bers experience in the television field. This closed 
circuit station is manned by a staff of twenty 
persons. 



Personnel of the station prepare for a broadcast. 






Mr. Paul Julian is responsible for the efficiency of the 
cafeterias. 



Excellent food at reasonable prices is the policy of tin 
College cafeterias. 



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Operating on a three meal basis seven days per week, the 
cafeteria system maintains four dining halls for the convenience 
of the College students and staff. Three of the four cafeterias are 
located in the center of campus in the same building which houses 
the post office and book store. The fourth such dining hall is 
located in Jones Hall on College Hill Drive. 

These state-owned facilities are non-profit dining halls. Ap- 
proximately seventy-eight students have part-time employment in 
the cafeterias. The East Carolina College cafeterias are supervised 
by Mr. Paul Julian. Director. 



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with four dining halls available, lines such as these always prevail. 





Highly technical procedure; 



volved in the operation of East Carolina's newly-acquired IBM machines. 



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The fall of 1962 marked the beginning of the use of the IBM facilities 
at the College. Among the operations of this equipment are pre-registration. 
drop-add procedures, and grade summaries. This electronic data processing 
method saves labor and time and simplifies previous procedures used by 
the College. 



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Directed by Mrs. Mildred Manning, the College Post Office is open 
to all women students residing in dormitories. Male students are serviced 
in their respective dormitories. Day students may rent a postal box at 
their option. The campus mail facilities are available through the payment 
of a nominal fee for box rental. Mail is delivered twice and picked up 
three times daily. 

Mrs. James Rogers, assistant postmistress, sells stamps, envelopes, and post cards at 
the post office window. 






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Workshops and community field classes are 
under the supervision of the Extension Depart- 
ment. Dr. David J. Middleton. the director, ar- 
ranges for teachers of the various classes, sets up 
schedules, and determines the location of the field 
classes. 

Five schools constitute the extension portion 
of the College. These facilities are located at 
Cherry Point. Goldsboro. Washington. Kinston. 
and New Bern. In addition, there is a branch of 
the College at Camp Lejeune. This facility affords 
the College to boast that there are more members 
of the U. S. Marine Corps enrolled here than at any 
other institution of higher learning in the world. 
Approximately 3000 persons take advantage of 
these schools each quarter. 



American Government, a course in the Social Studies Depart- 
ment, is one of the many classes conducted through the Ex- 
tension Program. 



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Mrs. Carolyn Harward and Miss Julia Teasley assist Dr. Middleton with his office 
chores. 




Military personnel view a schedule of courses being offered at Cherry Point 
Marine Corps Air Station. 



Extension students enjoy a break between classes at Building 39 located at Cherry 
Point. 





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Employing thirty-five persons, the College 
Laundry is owned and operated by the College. 
Pick-up and delivery service is a feature of this 
facility. Mr. W. E. Boswell supervises the posting 
of a schedule for each dormitory and guides the 
general operations of the laundry. 

Five dollars out of every campus student's 
tuition is designated for use as his laundry fee. 
This facility is also available to day students. 
With the opening of additional space this year, 
the laundry has provided a much improved facility 
for the students' use. 



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Keeping the premises and buildings of the 
College in good condition is the primary function 
of the maintenance department. Under the super- 
vision of Mr. James N. Caprell, the eighty-two 
employees of this department furnish the heat, 
light, and other extra facilities for the six thousand 
students of East Carolina College. 




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Mr. Walter Boswell, Superintendent of the Laundry, is the oldest, in 
point of service, of any staff member of the College. 



A big project for the maintenance men in 1962 was the 



of Wright Building. 




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Handling an infinite variety of duties is Mr. J. N. 
Caprell, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. 



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Placement Bureau Director Mr. G. Allan Nelms dictates to his secretary, Mrs. June Porter, 



East Carolina students meet with company rep- 
resentatives at the Placement Bureau for inter- 
views. 



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All graduates of East Carolina College are eligible for the 
free services rendered by the College Placement Bureau. Upon 
request by a prospective employer, persons who have a record 
in the active file are recommended and then confidential bro- 
chures are sent to the employer. In addition, scheduled inter- 
views may be arranged when recruiters come to the campus. 




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Chief Harrell is a familiar person to everyone as he makes his 
routine patrols on the campus. 

£a*Hfiad 'Police 

Supervised by Chief Johnnie Harrell, the police force 
of East Carolina College consists of four officers. Main- 
taining a patrol twenty-four hours a day, these men pre- 
serve peace, promote safety, and provide protection. The 
office of the Campus Police is located in the basement of 
Fleming Hall. 



Campus policemen are Elwood F. Pittman, 
Harrell, and Fenton F. Crawford. 



illiam C. Flake, Chief Johnnie 



Student 

Textbooks, decals, sweatshirts, and other mis- 
cellaneous items for the College student are avail- 
able through one of the two such Student Supply 
Stores. For refreshments, there are also two soda 
shops to please the student body. 

Under the direction of Mr. Joseph Clark, these 
stores operate for the convenience of the College 
students. One soda shop and the Stationery Store 
are located in Wright, on the basement floor. The 
other soda shop and the Book Store are located 
under the South Cafeteria. 




issibly the favorite place on campus with the students is the 
da shops, one in Wright and one in the cafeterias building. 



ways a problem— deciding which one to buy. With such a 
riety of goods to appeal to the college coed, the Stationery Store 
fers more than its name would suggest. 





Many cneds find part-time employment in one of the four Student Supply Stores. 
This pretty coed seems to be getting practical experience along with her employment. 




of the Student Supply Stores. 



Always a popular place for buying and selling textbooks, the College Book Store 
is another division of the Student Supply Stores. 





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^^ ngaging in late night bull sessions, 
electing student leaders, conferring honors 
upon our fellow students, selecting beauty 
queens, planning and enjoying campus enter- 
tainment, carnivals, sports, weekend dances, 
trips to the beach, the hilarity of winter snow, 
the restlessness of spring — these are aspects 
of campus life. From Garrett Hall to College 
Hill Drive, our campus life prevails. It is 
found here because we are here, and it lives 
because we live. This is the human, the per- 
sonal, and the warm aspect of a large and 
proud College. It is not something separate 
in itself, but a quality of our College that 
is interwoven into every aspect of our campus 
life. 



Commencement, Awards Day, the College 
Union Carnival and the Spring Elections were the 
highlights on the East Carolina College campus 
in the Spring of 1962. Crowds hustled to obtain 
their yearbooks, several hundred students thronged 
the College Union on Carnival Night, Wright Au- 
ditorium overflowed with poeple for the "Miss 
Greenville Pageant," and proud friends and parents 
witnessed the graduation of more than one thou- 
sand students on Sunday, May 27. 

Culture appeared on the campus in the form 
of the Entertainment Series and the Fine Arts 
Festival with numerous art exhibitions confront- 
ing visitors as they wandered in the patio between 
the cafeterias. As usual, the April rains beseiged 
the campus and the "Spring fever" became quite 
contagious. This eventful quarter concluded a 
memorable year, 1962, at East Carolina College. 




Paintings and sculpture added to the success of the Fine Arts Festival which 
made its debut in the Spring. 



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Jerry Liles and his combo provided the music throughout the first Fine Arts Festival which was climaxed by the evening concert under the stars. 






Jayne Chandler watched as the tickets for "Guys and Dolls" 
being issued in the CU. 



Edmund H. Harding of Washington, North Carolina, 
delivered the address at the Senior Banquet which was 
held April 3. 



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Students canvassed the College grounds, seeking votes for their favorite candidate in the 
Spring Elections. 




Jim Blanton casts his ballot for Student Government of- 
ficers during the campaign. 




Yes, sir, those pies certainly did taste 
uipped Dr. Morton Winsberg. 



Attempting to ring the swinging leg was the object at the Alpha 
Delta Pi's carnival booth. 



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"Your future looks bright," said Nancy Wright as she predicted fortunes at the 
Alpha Phi booth. 



With a swinging combo inside, the Phi Mus held a 

•Screaming Zeta" dance party. 




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Roma Cummings edged on her turtle to win at the 
Alpha Xi Delta booth. 



Kappa Delta's kissing booth proved popular to tin 
male set. 



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Sunday, May 27, was full of excitement for 
more than one thousand East Carolina College 
graduates. Many friends and relatives packed 
the stadium to witness the graduation exercises 
which were conducted under threatening skies. 
This finale concluded a weekend of activities in- 
cluding the commencement rehearsal, the alumni 
luncheon, and the patio party given by President 
and Mrs. Jenkins. United States Commissioner of 
Education Sterling M. McMurrin delivered the 
commencement address. 





Captain Baker made a final check before the processional entered the stadii 



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Commissioner of Education Sterling M. McMurrin was the 
principal speaker at the exercises. 




With Austin Building in the background, Camilla Henderson and Otis Strother 
left their Alma Mater. 




Chief Marshal Mary Jo Lancaster led the commencement processional. 



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Dr. William H. Durham assisted in the distrihi 
of diplomas in the School of Business. 




Marching four ah) 



Raw] Building. 



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A Pika trio exhibited their versatile abilities in the Greek Week 
Talent Show. 



Rawl Building and 
Cherry Blossom time. 



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Six young men called the Duke's Men of Yale displayed their 
talents at East Carolina, a performance included in their Southern 
tour. 



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Many hours of waiting was a thing of the past when the 1962 
BUCCANEERS were distributed. Circle K and Delta Sigma Pi 
aided the yearbook staff in eliminating previous confusion and chaos. 




"Brother" Dave Gardner, at a serious 
Dr. Cleveland Bradner. 



discusses his philosophy with 




As the 1961 State Student Legislature ended. 
East Carolina had two officers at top positions. 
Bill Eyerman and David Shearin were named 
to the positions of president and treasurer, 
respectively. 




Fred Robertson, BUCCANEER photographer, explains the techniques of hi: 
Second Annual Publications Conference held at East Carolina College. 



(2o*t4e*e«tce& *i&if6lcy£tect Sfru*ty Zuanten. 



Each Spring the College honors students who have 
been cited for outstanding service to the campus. This 
annual event is called Awards Day. Special trophies are 
awarded deserving groups and individuals, the Who's 
Who members are recognized, and individuals who have 
excelled in campus organizations are given citations. 
Among such winners in 1962 were Don Graziano. Patsy 
Elliott, and Merle Summers. 




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Enrollment for the Summer sessions at 
East Carolina reached an all-time high of 5,252 
students. This figure was an increase of 402 
over the former high set the previous year. 

With these students, campus life came into 
full bloom. The College Union sponsored ice 
cream and bingo parties and watermelon slic- 
ings which whetted the throats of many stu- 
dents during the seething climate of the Sum- 
mer months. Johnny Nash was the highlight of 
the Summer School Entertainment Series, and 
numerous Liggett and Myers cigarette packs 
for the stadium fund were counted. In addition, 
fireworks burst forth in keeping with the 
Fourth of July traditional festivities. August 
brought an end to the Summer session's well- 
rounded activities. 





Sun, sand, and surf were an Integra' 
set flocked to nearby Whichard's Beach. 



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Amid the pleasing Summer weather, students like Stuart Siegel 
and Juanita Nichols engaged in friendly chats. 




Coeds continued to count the Liggett and Myers packs during the Summer Session. 



^eac6e& ^ec£o*ted 





(udy Graham. Shirley McCullen, Carol McCullen and Rufus Freeman enjoyed 
in afternoon at the Putt-Putt Golf Course. 



Johnny Nash entertained the student body as a feature of the En- 
tertainment Series. 





Jerry Winberry, campus Dee Jay, seems to be adding to the merriment of the College 
Union dances. 



Summer School seemed like an ( 
United States Naval recruiting program. 



and Sc&ooC Ti/on^ Sunned. 




The cool gym floor added to the pleasure of the Johnny Nash Co 




With ice cream and bingo as the center of attention. Bill Brogden, Pete Thorell, and Lorna Skoland 
enjoyed another College Union party. 



Anne Bradford performed her rendition of 
"Honey Bun" at the Summer School Talent 



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There was always plenty of ice cream to help pass away leisure time 
during the Summer's heat; even enough for seconds to those who 
might have dropped their first cone. 



Down went the "red meat" as Frank Trent feasted at one of the 
numerous watermelon cuttings. 



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ny people flocked to the stadium to witness the Fourth of July which was climaxed "I touch your lips and all at once the sparks go flying" seems 

a tremendous fireworks exhibition. to be the case of this couple on the Fourth of July. 



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Free "melon" played a dominant role in Summer life 



Morsels of watermelon disappeared as Harriett Edwards enjoyed 
her slice. 



Entertainment was at a high pitch dur- 
ing the two sessions of the 1962 Summer 
School. Leading jazz groups including the 
Ramsey Lewis Trio visited the campus. 
Local talent was not forgotten as the combos 
played frequently at the College Union 
dances. In addition, the School of Music 
presented its Summer mall concert. All total, 
music in one form or another was quite 
prevalent during these twelve active weeks. 



Bill Eyerman, Ring Committee Chairman, 
signed a new contract with L. G. Balfour Com- 
pany during the Summer Session. At this time, 
the committee also adopted a new design for the 
College ring which included the School Seal, 
and a campus landmark, the Wright Fountain. 




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The Ramsey Lewis Trio. 



Another College Union dance party. 




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ientation programs for the freshmen included nightly College Union Patio Dances. A local 
aho usually provided the entertainment. 



Returning to school and beginning a new 
school vear were the first tasks as nearly six 
thousand students invaded the College campus. 
After being somewhat confused by what the 
IBM machine's tabulated schedules, the Fall 
Quarter finally began. 

Amid all the mass confusion, football sea- 
son started with the imagery and vigor of 
the game and soon came Homecoming with its 
pageantry. The College Union added activity to 
the campus with its combo dances and the 
Limelighters and Smothers Brothers visited 
East Carolina as part of the Entertainment 
Series. 

Fall Quarter was the time for the students 
to join one of the many campus extracurricular 
activities. In addition, the Departments of Mu- 
sic and Art became schools. Miss Ruth White. 
Dean of Women, was honored on her twenty- 
fifth anniversary at the College, and climaxing 
the quarter were the dreaded final examina- 
tions. 



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Brenda Reges and Bill Eyerman issued the students IBM printed ID cards at the beginning 
of Fall Quarter. 



A new addition to the orientation program was the administering of a swimming proficiency test. 
Miss Gay Hogan aided in this phase of the freshman activities. 





Art Piatt finds the area outside the College Union a 
place to study between classes. 



The first chill of Fall brings an air of restfulness to a usually busy campus sidewalk. 



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Picking up schedules after the IBM machines had finished with them 
seems like an easy task but proved quite to the contrary, Fall Quarter. 




Mike Senkier, Elizabeth Glover, Jack Phillips, and Bill 
Phelps escort Dean Ruth White to Garrett Hall for an 
anniversary tea given in her honor. 



In recognition for Dean Ruth White's 25 years of service, each 
coed's dormitory contributed to the presentation of a tray of goblets. 



These freshman coeds provided an evening of entertainment at the 
"powder puff" football game. 



President Leo W. Jenkins and family held an "open house" for 
members of the Student Government Association and the College 
publications. 



Dr. James H. Tucker chats with Maggie Tamura and friend 
at the Foreign Student's Tea sponsored by the College 
Union. 






One of the most vigorous campus political battles is the competition for Freshman Class offices. 



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'"Oh sleep, it is a gentle thing ..." This student was 
caught napping between classes in a precarious position 
in the Wright Lobby. 




•Dr. Leo W. Jenkins addresses the Fresh- 
man Class during the opening of 
Freshman Orientation. 





Throngs of students headed for the Memorial Gymnasium for a concert by the renowned 



The popular vocal group made its first appearance 
the local campus. 



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One of the biggest events of the Entertainment Series was the 
"Limeliters" concert. 


A comical bass solo was among the numbers presented 
by the Smothers Brothers. 




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Highlighted by an overwhelming 36-8 victory 
over Newberry, Homecoming '62 was a time for 
beautiful floats, eyecatching coeds and high spirits. 
The crowning of Miss Tomye Suggs as Homecoming 
Queen at the Queen's Pageant, and top entertain- 
ment by Johnny Nash*. Frank Gorshin, and Valjean 
were components of the most festive week-end. 



Stuffing napkins was a task of many of East Carolina's 
coeds. 



.hi Omega's launched their big project for Homecoming 
latteras lighthouse. 



float depicting the Cape 




Iuch of the weeks prior to the big weekend 
uilding and designing floats. 



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vere spent 





Garrett Hall decorations 
the USS North Carolina. 



saluted North Carolina's famed battlesh: 



Enthusiastic fans carried their compli 
mentary megaphones into the stand 
for the anticipated cheers. 



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it with Homecoming score, 
lg in effigy. 





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The KA's annually don their uniforms for the 
Homecoming Parade. 



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East Carolina cheerleaders were among the leaders in the Home- 
coming parade, already exhibiting their enthusiasm for a 
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y! 



lorful parade floats depicting a "Salute to North Carolina" 
re on hand for ECC's 1962 Homecoming. 





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With the convenience and facilities of home, many East 
Carolina students find living in "off-campus"' apartments a most 
amiable aspect of college life. 



The BUCCANEER photographer invaded 212 South Pitt 
Street to find the above living conditions in the apartment of Bob 
Curtiss, Tom Mackey, Jim Hammond, and Ted Whitmyer. 



Carrett Dormitory honored the members <>f the Finite- 
basketball team at a special hour. During the event, 
coeds served refreshments and the group gathered 
around the piano to enjoy a festive songfest. 




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the Homecoming festivities was fa 



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Doug Crumpler and Tom Mallison requested the auto- 
graph of William Warfield (Ole Man River) when he visited 
the campus as a part of the Entertainment Series. 




The Pitt County Fair beckoned many colleg 
students. Judy Whitfield left her studies I 
join in the merriment. 



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As the gaily colored lights went up on Evans Street, Christmas approached; so did the holiday spirit. Amid the College Union decorations, students flocked to 
the favorite meeting place to socialize and to become a part of the holiday enjoyment. 



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Winter on the College campus was a time of much 
activity; probably the busiest quarter of the year. 

Entertainment highlighted the season. Traditionally, 
the service fraternity. Alpha Phi Omega, sponsored the 
White Ball and the Freshman Class initiated a "Frosh 
Dance." In addition, the Inter-fraternity Council brought 
the Coasters, the Untouchables, and the Majors to entertain 
the students on March 7. 

The Student Government Entertainment Series was re- 
sponsible for bringing the Dave Brubeck Quartet, Jose Mol- 
inas and the Spanish Dancers, and Dame Judith Anderson 
during the quarter. With Brubeck came visitor Jane Mor- 
gan, popular vocalist, to witness a first— the awarding of 
Downbeat awards on a campus. The Brubeck Quartet and 
members of the group were the recipients as Dr. Leo Jen- 
kins made the coveted presentations. 

At last, the long awaited day arrived. Snow fell on 
March 5 and on the same day the Mardi Gras was held. 
Snowballs, snow men, and even a little "snow rolling" 
rounded out the activities of the day. As the quarter drew 
to a close, a Publications Conference and the chorale groups 
from various high schools in Eastern North Carolina came 
to the College for conferences and competition. 

Snow, entertainment, and conferences were only frag- 
ments of this eleven weeks amid study, fun and hilarity. 



Framed by the traditional holiday 
smile befitting the Christmas season. 



ath, Mrs. Scarlet Miller displayed 



Sea4o*t o£ ?e4tive Gcco&i<m& 



The short-lived snow extravaganza did not cause much hesitation as 
dents rushed back and forth across campus from classes to dorms. 





Reliving early experiences, a fun 
College Hill Drive banks on sled anc 



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Lambda Chi Alphas' booth at the Mardi Gras afforded many students the opporti 
ing water-filled balloons in the faces of the brothers. 



This student demonstrates the pleasure of throwing a bal 
loon at a Lambda Chi target. 



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Contestants for the Costume Award lined up to hear that number 
Joyce Crocker, had won the first prize. 



Keith Douglas presides over the Freshman Class Booth which be- 
came a popular attraction at the Mardi Gras. 



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Sanderson, in true Comanchero style, 
hotographers, at the Mardi Gras. 



ed the attention of many, as well as the 



Sponsored by the Lutheran Student Assoc 
candied apples and cotton candy resulted in sti 
tasty food and profit. 



iation, the 
■ky fingers. 



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ector of the College Union, Miss Cynthia Menden 
, participated in the fanfare of the festive occasion 




Crowds gathered at the Delta Sigma Pi's booth to vote for the Ugliest Man on Campus. The winner, Lambda 
Chi's Tom Maddox, was determined by receiving the most votes — penny wise, that is. 



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ECC students who attempted a fifty-mile hike from Greenville to Goldsbon 
were interviewed at the "News-Argus" office. 



■ landing in the archway by the Pitt Theatre. Shirley Brown and Cliff Jo 
an chat before the feature begins. 




Blisters on their feet and grins on their faces, members of the 
physical fitness challenge finally rest. George Stinagle hiked 52 
miles in 9 hours 15 minutes, beating the Cherry Point Marines by 
38 minutes. 



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An effigv hanging of campus leaders proved student interest in SGA 
affairs. 





Student government members conducted a memorial service for the "death of 
democracy" when the administration withdrew certain requirements for holding 
office in the SGA. 



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Vocalist Jane Morgan was among the celebrities present for the Brubeck con- 
cert. A private party for Miss Morgan and company was held at the Rath- 
skeller following the campus jazz concert. 



President Leo Jenkins presents the members of the 
Dave Brubeck Quartet the Downbeat Awards of 1962. 



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Typical of the jazz music of the modem day, the Dave Brubeck Quartet charmed the packed audience with a program which lasted over two hours. 




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Digging into the snow, Eddie Rose and Nannie Davis piece together their frozen 
ammunition. 



Who could he the object of this friend- 
ly gesture? The photographer, of 
course! 



Snow, £%cun&, and 'Pontica ^%ouy6t 



Packs and packs of Liggett and Myers 
products blanketed the floor as the cam- 
paign continued through Winter Quarter. 





With the swinging music of the Bluem 
to the dance floor of Wright Auditorium. 



es, the Freshman Dance brought 





John MacDiarmid tries his skill at the pool table. Typically 
this is a favorite sport among the male set. 



Missing the comforts of home, these college boys 
find that at least the nearby laundromat can fur- 
nish a clean shirt. 



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Marriage and school work can be a compromise. Fred and 
Phyllis Lorbacher of Raleigh are a typical couple who success- 
fully blend school and marriage. Phyllis is a civic worker; 
whereas Fred is a business major at the College. 



Housekeeping is a problem and studies an even bigger one. 
Combined efforts, such as washing dishes, saves much time and 
can afford more leisure moments for this young couple to listen 
to the stereo or for Fred to clean his rifle. 



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Held on February 23, the White Ball was once again a 
big success. Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, a national serv- 
ice fraternity, the proceeds of the dance went to the Crippled 
Children's Home. The climactic event of the evening was the 
presentation of the twenty candidates and the announcement of 
the new queen. 



Representing Kappa Alpha Order, Nancy Lockwood, escorted by Ji 
Early, takes her place among the contestants. 



Ann Overton of Rocky Mount beams proudly after being crowned the 
new White Ball Queen. 





by ECC students for the traditional White Ball dar 



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prerequisite for 
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*eauties grace the East Carolina College campus 
throughout the school year. Within the following pages are 
pictured the lovely coeds which have won the coveted titles of 
beauty at the College. Included are the Buccaneer Queen. 
Homecoming Queen, Valentine Queen, and Summer School 
Queen. Together the beauty title holders of East Carolina 
College represent an excellent cross-section of personality, poise, 
and the "All-Ar.ierican" college girl. 




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Exquisite beauty is characteristic of the first lady 
of the yearbook. Miss Cathy Shesso. As a student at 
Jacksonville High School. Cathy was selected by Miss 
Bess Myerson. former Miss America, to reign as year- 
book queen. History repeated itself for Cathy when 
she was named yearbook queen here at East Carolina in 
October, 1962. Beauty, poise, and personality were the 
requisites for this title holder. So, as a Chi Omega and 
sorority sister of two former Miss Americas. Cathy 
walked off with the Buccaneer Queen's crown and title. 
Cathy represented East Carolina College at the 1962 
Azalea Festival as Princess for the Queen's Court. 
Beauty, though, is not the only attribute of Cathv. She 
is quite active in many phases of student activities. 
Special Events Chairman of the Student Government 
Association is one phase of work which has exhibited 
her initiative and dependability. 



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Chosen as preliminary winners for the crown 
of Buccaneer Queen, these five ladies represent 
a spectrum of beauty on the campus. From an 
array of approximately thirty coeds, these beauties 
were selected to be the runners-up in the contest. 

The bases for the selection were beauty, poise, 
and an interview with a panel of judges well-versed 
in beauty contests. Crowning of the queen. Miss 
Cathy Shesso, took place on October 19, 1962, at 
the home of Mr. Louis M. Collie. 



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With music as her hobby and her major field 
of study, Kathy Wesson has already begun a busy 
campus life. A pledge of Sigma Sigma Sigma 
sorority, Kathy, a freshman, hails from Gastonia. 




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Kathy Wesson, contestant, Judy Redfern, and Nancy Lock- 
wood, 1962 Buccaneer Queen, enjoy the hospitality of the 
l."iii- M. Collie home. 





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Active in the drama phases of campus life, Sue Little 
had the leading feminine role in the 1962 SGA Musical. 
This blonde haired sophomore is a native of Roanoke, 
Virginia. 



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Reading and sewing are the hobbies of this Buccaneer 
Queen runner-up. A sophomore Primary Education major, 
Kaye Modlin's hometown is Jamesville. This lovely Miss 
was sponsored in the contest by Ragsdale Dormitory. 




Hailing from Bassett, Virginia, this Buccaneer Queen 
finalist is known on campus for her many beauty titles. 
Judy Payne, a member of Chi Omega sorority, has recently 
been chosen as East Carolina's Azalea Princess. 




Frank Gorshin, member of 
the judging panel, questions 
Miss Kay Modlin. 



Cathy Shesso receives the 
crown and traditional kiss of 
a beauty queen. 



A sophomore Art major from Rockingham, Marilyn 
Miller is a horseback riding enthusiast. On campus, this 
lovely coed participates in the activities of the Art Club 
and Alpha Delta Pi sorority. 



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In the competition of the Homecoming Queen, 
each dormitory selects its representative for the 
title. Nominations are made within the dormitories 
and the students then select their candidate to 
represent them. 

On these pages are the dormitory representa- 
tives. Fraternities, sororities, and other organiza- 
tions also select their sponsors and these ladies will 
be pictured on the respective pages of the group 
which they represent. 



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MISS LAURA EAGLES 
Garrett Hall 



MISS JACKIE POLK 
Jones Hall 



MISS BRENDA CROWELL 
New Dorm 




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Aycock Dorm 




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Raasdale Hall 



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Sports, knitting, and art compose the hobbies 
of the 1962 Homecoming Queen. Sponsored by 
Lambda Chi Alpha. Miss Tomye Suggs hails from 
Elizabethtown. She was chosen in a campus-wide 
student election from among fifty candidates vy- 
ing for the title. 

A transfer student from Flora MacDonald in 
1961, this Junior is majoring in Primary Educa- 
tion. Currently, she is the 1962 Crescent Girl of 
Lambda Chi Alpha and is a former "Miss Bladen 
County." 

On campus. Tomye serves as president of 
Slay Dormitory, and as a member of the Student 
Government Association Senate and the Women's 
Judiciary. A brunette with brown eyes, this queen 
was crowned at the '"Queen's Coronation Pageant" 
held October 19, 1962. 





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Queen, is a brown-haired beauty from Spring 
Hope. "Miss Nash County," "Miss Rocky Mount," 
and "Miss Rural Youth" are titles which this sen- 
ior French and Science major holds. 

On the campus, this twenty-year-old lass is the 
present secretary of Sigma Pi Alpha. In 1961, she 
was chairman of the I. D. Card Committee and 
thus held a seat on the Student Government Senate. 
An honor roll student, Betsy plans to teach in high 
school. 

This young lady, crowned at the Valentine 
Dance, was selected by the persons attending. She 
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Representing Theta Chi. Miss Julia Payne 
emerged as the holder of the 1962 Summer School 
Queen title. This winner was selected by popular 
vote of the student body during Summer School. 

A hazel-eyed beauty, she is a junior Primary 
Education major and among her many hobbies are 
water skiing, bowling, and golf. Hailing from Bas- 
sett, Virginia, Judy, as she is called by her friends, 
is treasurer .of Jarvis Hall and a member of Chi 
Omega Sorority. 

Dream Girl of Theta Chi, Regional Dream 
Girl of Theta Chi, and White Ball Queen are other 
beauty titles held by this lovely lass. 



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Chosen by a panel of six judges, Miss Polly 
Bunting now reigns as '"Miss Greenville of 1963." 
Talent, poise, and personality were the bases of 
this selection. 

Polly, a sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, also 
holds other beauty titles including Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl, "Miss Southern Albemarle," and "Miss 
Martin County of 1961." On campus, this lovely- 
coed is active in Panhellenic activities and was 
treasurer of her Freshman Class. 

A junior from Williamston, Polly's major is 
Grammar Education. Her hobbies are dancing, 
cooking, and sewing. 



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ixteen coeds plus two alternates are elected in the 
annual Spring elections to the honorary positions of College 
Marshals. Scholastic achievement and popularity are the bases 
of the selection. 

These individuals act as official hostesses of the College. 
Concerts, plays, and special programs consume the time of 
these young ladies. 




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For the first time in the history of the College, the 
marshals were required to have a "B" average in order to 
be elected to this important post. After being elected to 
the positions, a Chief Marshal was elected by the girls 
themselves. 

These sixteen coeds welcome the public to the activi- 
ties on campus. The Queen's Coronation Pageant and 
"J.B." are two of the programs at which these coeds 
ushered and passed out programs. Duties are assumed at 
the commencement exercises and continue for a period oi 
one year. 

All but one of the marshals this year hail from various 
points in North Carolina. They represent seven areas of 
study. These persons are also leaders in numerous other 
phases of campus life. 



MARY JO LANCASTER 

Chief 

Hailing from Windsor is senior Mary Jo Lancaster. Known to her 

friends as "Chick," Mary Jo is vice president of Alpha Xi Delta 

Sorority, secretary of WWWS-FM Radio, and a member of the TV 

Guild. This lovely Chief Marshal is a Business major. 



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LAURA WILLIAMS 

Fulfilling her duties as a Big Sister and ; 

sister in Delta Zeta Sorority, Laura Williams i: 

a Social Studies major. A sophomore, she come: 

from Fayetteville. 




is this junior from 
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A junior English major from Winterville, Sue , he Buccaneer and associate editor of The Key. 

Ellen Hunsucker actively participates in campus she is als0 vice presidenl of her sorori , v . Alpha 

activities as a member of Alpha Xi Delta and pL: 



MARY NAN MAY 



PAULETTE WARD 

Reading and swimming an- two hobbies of 

this Chi Omega >is|er from Durham. As a 

member of the Homecoming Committee and 

Chairman of the Junior-Senior Weekend, Paill- 
ette Ward displays her various capabili 




ANN ADKINS 

As SGA historian and secretary of Alpha 

Delta Pi Sorority, Ann Adkins has little spare 

time. She is a junior Business major from Membership in Delta Zeta Sorority and Sigma 

Rocky Mount. T au Delta Honorary Fraternity occupies this 

marshal's leisure hours. Mary Nan May is a 
junior English major from Maury. 



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PAT WAFF GERALDINE KENNEDY DONNA BINGHAM 
This soft-spoken coed from Edenton is an Art Geraldine Kennedy, a junior Home Economics In addition to being a marshal, this lovely- 
Education major. A member of the Art Club, major, comes from Beulaville. In addition to lass is a Big Sister in Cotten Hall. Donna 
Delta Phi Delta, the SGA, and Kappa Delta being a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority and Bingham, a Chi Omega, is an English major 
Sorority, Pat Waff's goal is to be a professional Phi Omicron, she is active in the College Union. from Raleigh, 
artist. 





LINDA EFLAND 
As president of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 



MARSHA WHITWORTH MELBA RHLE 

Pretty Marsha Whitworth of Norfolk, Vir- Melba Rhue, a junior Mathematics major, is 

ginia, is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. from Swansboro. Quite active on campus, this Linda Efland displays her leadership qualities. 

An honor student, Marsha's versatility is exem- coed is a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority From Efland, Linda is also a member of the 

plified by her election to the head cheerleading and the Mathematics Club. Dean's Advisory Council. 



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NANCY GARNER 

Nancy Garner, a junior Primary Education 

major, comes from Roanoke Rapids. This coed 

is active in Tau Sigma Honorary Fraternity and 

the Young Democrats Club. 



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Alpha Xi Delta and the Mathematics Club ^d^en^her 
occupy much of this marshal's time. Sue Worth- 
ington is a junior Mathematics major from Win 
terville. Her bobbies include music and sports. 



ELLEN JOYNER 

Business is this college marshal, 
native of Knightdale, is a senior 
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HO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, a national basis for recog- 
nition of outstanding college students, was formed twenty- 
seven years ago. Before the publication was given the high 
esteem it now possesses, numerous researches, interviews, and 
letters were composed. Now, this honor is based on leadership, 
scholarship, and participation in extracurricular activities. 

Within the next ten pages, thirty-nine outstanding East 
Carolina College students are cited for their selection and ap- 
pearance in WHO'S WHO. 





ANN FRANCES ALLEN 
As secretary of the North Carolina Young Democrats Club, Ann 
Frances Allen displays her leadership abilities. Ann has also been 
president and vice president of the local chapter. Other campus 
activities including Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, and the 
Dean's Advisory Council benefit from this young lady s tir 
native of Farmville, this English major served her jumt 
secretary. 



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Under the supervision of Dr. James H. Tucker, Dean 
of Student Affairs, thirty-nine persons were selected to rep- 
resent East Carolina in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

In order to choose students for this honor, a letter 
was sent to each faculty member and organization for their 
choices of three students from throughout the College to 
be nominated. The names who were turned in most often, 
who had an academic average becoming of this designa- 
tion, and who had character which is desirous to represent 
East Carolina were the final selections for this honor. 



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LAWRENCE MURAT BLIZARD 
A graduate student in the School of Art, Lawrence Murat Blizard is art editor 
of The Rebel. Hailing from Whiteville, this Who's Who winner has been a 
member of the Marching Band and the Varsity Band. Because of his scholastic 
abilities, he is a brother in Phi Sigma Pi and has served this fraternal group as 
social chairman. Larry, as he is often called, has also been active in religious 
organizations. As publicity chairman of the Young Men's Christian Association, 
this honor roll student utilized bis artistic talent. 



GLENN THOMAS BOYD 
An Accounting major from Washington, Glenn Thomas Boyd fills the position 
of president of the College Union. Glenn advanced to this capacity from the 
vice presidency. As a brother in Phi Kappa Tau, this Who's Who selection is 
the secretary of this organization. In addition, Glenn was vice president of his 
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BETTY COLLIER 
Originating from Raleigh, this Grammar Education major is quite 
successful in student educational organizations. Betty Collier is 
currently president of the Student National Education Association 
and has served this club as its vice president. Membership in the 
Student Christian Association, the College Union, and Westminster 
Fellowship completes this busy coed's campus activities. 



JAMES WARREN CHESNUTT 
Active in the Student Government Association, James Warren Chesnutt, SGA 
easurer, comes from Turkey, North Carolina. Several Student Government ac- 
uities including the Homecoming Committee and the Budget Committee were 
ded by this Business major. Jim, a member of Theta Chi Social Fraternity, has 
so worked with the Buccaneer and the Young Democrats Club. He has served 
. Omega Pi, Honorary Business fraternity, as vice president. 





BARBARA ANN ELLIS 
Beauty, personality, and leadership blend themselves together in the person 
of Barbara Ann Ellis. As a junior, Barbara Ann served as Chief Marshal 
and reigned as Miss Pitt County. She has represented Theta Chi as Dream 
Girl and as Homecoming Sponsor. A sister in Chi Omega Sorority, this 
Senior Class secretary is an English major from Faison. 



ELIZABETH DERRICK 
Jhi Beta Phi and Kappa Delta are two Greek organizations of 
ich Elizabeth Derrick is a member. Betty, as she is called, also 
/otes her time to the East Carolina Marching and Concert Bands, 
: Home Economics Club, and the Buccaneer. She has been 
ipient of the Freshman Chemistry Handbook Award and the 
lies Finley Spear, Jr.. Memorial Award. 





JOHN W. GARRISS 

As associate editor of the Buccaneer for the past two years, John 
W. Garriss has exhibited his capabilities in the field of publica- 
tions. In this capacity, John represented the College as a delegate 
to two Associated Collegiate Press Conferences, one held in Miami, 
Florida, and the other in Detroit, Michigan. This Business majoi 
from Clinton is a brother in Delta Sigma Pi which he serves as 
alumni secretary and publicity chairman. 



JOE M. FLAKE, JR. 
Joe M. Flake, Jr. actively participates in the Circle K Club. He is presi- 
dent of the local chapter, district governor of the Carolina chapters, and 
secretary of the International club. From Farmville. this Social Studies major 
is a member of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps and serves the 
Student Government Association as par" 





WILLIAM GOODWIN 
Greek organizations, the Student Government Association, and music are 
three aspects of William Goodwin's college activities. Bill is a member oi 
the Kappa Alpha Order, Phi Sigma Pi. and Chi Beta Phi. In addition tc 
having a Senate seat, this Science major participates in the Varsity Band 
and the Disciple Youth Fellowship. He has served as secretary of the 
Summer School Student Government Association and is chairman of the 
External Affairs Committee. 



ELIZABETH GLOVER 

Gastonia is the home of Elizabeth Glover, Chairman of the 
Women's Judiciary. This former president of Slay Dormitory is 
a member of the Executive Committee of the Student Government 
Association, the Discipline Committee, and the Dean's Advisory 
Council. A sister in Sigma Sigma Sigma, Libby is a Business 
Education major. 





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JUNIUS D. GRIMES III 
Excelling in the field of publications, Junius D. Grimes III has 
been editor of the campus literary magazine, The Rebel, and the 
college newspaper, the East Carolinian. In these positions, this 
English major has represented the College at two Associated Col- 
legiate Press Conferences and at the SUSGA Publications Confer- 
ence. June, who comes from Washington, has served on the Publica- 
tions Board, the Dean's Advisory Council, the SGA Senate, and the 
Discipline Committee. A water sports enthusiast, he is a member of 
the Cuda's of Carolina. 



SYLVIA PARKS HARRIS 
A student in the School of Business, Sylvia Parks Harris active!) par- 
ticipates in many phases of the department's activities. She is one of .1 51 lei 1 
group chosen for membership in the business education fraternity, Pi Omega 
Pi. As a senior this year, she serves the organization as its president, 
In addition, she is a member of the Phi Beta Lambda Chapter of the Future 
Business Leaders of America. An honor student, Sylvia will graduate from 
the College in the Spring. 





GILES HOPKINS 

From Concord, Giles Hopkins has served the 1963 graduating class as its 
president. He has, in addition, worked with the Student Government Asso- 
ciation in several capacities. Giles has served as historian, on the Budget 
Committee, on the Special Events Committee, on the Executive Council, and 
on the Student Senate. As a charter member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, be has held 
presidential and Inter-Fraternity Council positions. A Social Studies major, 
he also is specializing in Geography. 



AUDREY HOLLOMAN 
Home Economics is the forte of this young coed who hails from 
Harrelsville. As president of the Home Economics Club, Audrey 
Holloman displays her leadership abilities. In addition, she has 
served the Home Economics honorary fraternity, Phi Omicron, as 
secretary and treasurer. Beauty is another attribute of Audrey. She 
has been a sponsor for both the Homecoming and Buccaneer Queen 
competitions. While at East Carolina, Audrey has served on the 
Dean's Advisory Council. 





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MARY JO LANCASTER 
Alpha Xi Delta, campus news media, and Chief Marshal are the three phases of 
campus life in which Mary Jo Lancaster has excelled. In Alpha Xi Delta, this Business 
major has been vice president, president, and Homecoming sponsor. In the campus news 
media, Chick, as she is known to her numerous friends, has been a member of the 
Television Guild and secretary of WWWS-FM Radio. As Chief Marshal, she directed 
the program of the College Marshals. A Windsor native, she has also been a member of 
the East Carolinian. 



ANN JONES KILBY 
Ann Jones Kilby, a Home Economics major, has actively 
participated in the Student Government Association. As 
president of the East Wing of Garrett Hall, she has also 
served on the Women's Judiciary, the Student Senate, and 
the Dean's Advisory Council. A native of Bath, Ann has 
been associate editor of The Key, the student handbook. 
The Home Economics Club rounds out the campus life 
of this popular coed. 





CLYDE THOMAS MALLISON, JR. 

Student Government Association President Clyde Thomas Mallison, Jr., 
comes from Greenville. A junior at the College, he is a Social Studies 
major. Since entering East Carolina, Tom has served as freshman and 
sophomore senator to the Student Senate, vice president of the Summer 
School SGA, treasurer of the latter, and chairman of the Entertainment 
Committee. Tom holds membership in the Kappa Alpha Order and the 
Young Democrats Club. 



LYNDA LEWIS 

Kappa Delta Pi and Tau Sigma are two honoraries of which 

Lynda Lewis is a member. She has sened the latter as president. 

A native of Knightdale, this Primary Education major is also "active 

in religious and student government activities. Lvnda has been a 

1 il|( SGA Senate, the Women's Judiciary, the Baptist 

I nion, the Student Christian Association, and the Young 

Women's Christian Vssociation. As president of the YWCA, she 

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WILLIAM EDWARD MOORE, III 
William Edward Moore, III, is a native of Greenville. A Senior in the 
Department of Industrial Arts, Bill has done outstanding work with the 
Student Government Association, having served as a Student Senate 
member and Chairman of the Entertainment Committee. Two fraternal 
organizations in which this Who's Who recipient holds membership are 
Pi Kappa Alpha, social fraternity, and Alpha Delta Tau, honorary 
fraternity for those excelling in Industrial Arts. 




MARY HELEN MUMFORD 
A personality that*s tops characterizes Mary Helen Mumford. A Senior 
in the School of Business, Mary Helen hails from Kinston. The Phi 
Beta Lambda Chapter of jhe Future Business Leaders of America has 
benefited greatly from her endeavors. She has served this organization 
as secretary and president. Mary Helen is also a member of Kappa 
Delta Sorority, the Woman's Chorus, and the Choral Union, and, as a 
junior, held a seat on the Dean's Advisory Council. Twice, she has 
actively participated in the Spring Musical. 




JERRY LEE NORTON 
A Chemistry major, Jerry Lee Norton is a resident of Greenville. His 
lontinuous listing on the Honor Roll and Dean's List have merited for 
rim the honor of being selected for membership in two honorary frater- 
rities, Chi Beta Phi, for persons excelling in Science or Mathematics, 
ind Phi Sigma Pi, for persons excelling in scholarship. Previously, Jerry 
las been stationed with the United States Army in Louisiana and Korea. 
fhis Senior will graduate in the Spring. 



GROVER CARROLL NORWOOD 
A versatile individual is Grover Carroll Norwood of Black Mountain. 
Carroll has been active in many phases of campus life. Among them are 
the East Carolinian, the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, the 
East Carolina Playhouse, Campus Radio, and the Young Men's Christian 
Association. An English fraternity, Sigma Tau Delta, also boasts Carroll 
as an active member. In AFROTC, he has been honored with several 
citations including the coveted Commandant's Award. 






REBECCA ANNE PARKER 
Rebecca Anne Parker, a graduate from Benson, has held the office of 
secretary of the College Home Economics Club. She is a member of 
Phi Omicron, the honor organization for junior and senior students 
of Home Economics. Rebecca has also served as a dormitory hostess while 
attending East Carolina. Many times while studying at the College, she 
has appeared on the Dean's List of Superior Students. 



WILLIAM EDWARD PHELPS 

This Who's Who recipient is known to many for his position of Student 
Floor Manager for the men's dormitories. William Edward Phelps has 
served in this capacity for three years. Bill has served as president of 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, treasurer of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and president 
of Semper Fidelis Society. In addition, this Windsor student, a Physical 
Education specialist, participates in the Newman Club. 



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ANNA KATHERINE RAYNOR 
Anna Katherine Raynor, a Dean's List student, comes to East Carolina as 
a transfer from Woman's College. She is, however, a native of Greenville. 
Here at the College, she has been active in Student Government, Kappa 
Delta Sorority, which she has served as president, and the Student National 
Education Association. An Education major, she also holds a seat on the 
Dean's Ad\i-ory Counc 





JUDY ELIZABETH REDFERN 

Sigma Sigma Sigma President Judy Elizabeth Redfern hails from 
Albemarle. An Education major, this popular miss is also recognized 
for her work with Greek Weekend, the BUCCANEER, and the 
Student Government Association. Simultaneous with the presidency 
of her sorority, Judy serves as president of Fleming Hall, thus 
giving her a seat on the Women's Judiciary and the Dean's 
Advisory Council. 



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ANNIE MARIE RIDDICK 
Honor Roll and the Dean's List are quite often attained by Annie Marie 
Riddick. A Home Economics major from Hobbsville, she is an active par- 
ticipant of the Home Economics Club and serves this club as treasurer. 
Her leadership has gained her the status of State secretary of the College 
Home Economics Chapters. Two honorary fraternities, Tau Sigma and 
Phi Omicron, also benefit from this lady's spare time. 





DOUGLAS ROBINSON 
A transfer from Frederick Junior College, Douglas Robinson ha 



been 



a Drill Team Commander with the Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps. Originating from Roxboro, he is a brother in Theta Chi Social 
Fraternity. Since coming to East Carolina, Doug has served the Men's 
Judiciary as vice chairman and has been a member of the Dean's Ad- 
visory Council. Doug is a Social Studies major. 



GEORGE DANIEL ROUSE 
Talented in the field of sports, George Daniel Rouse has been known 
for his initiative and drive on the football field. A letterman in this sport, 
Dan comes to East Carolina College from Newport News, Virginia. As 
well as being outstanding in the sports realm, Dan is also an honor student. 
This Senior is a Mathematics major. 





BARBARA JEANNE SCHWAB 
Garden City, New York, is the home of Barbara Jeanne Schwab, the 
Student Government Association secretary. A former chairman of the 
Women's Judiciary, this Physical Education major has also served as 
president of Slay Hall and as a member of the Dean's Advisory Council 
and the Discipline Committee. An active Women's Recreation Association 
member, Barbara also occupies membership in Kappa Delta Sorority. 



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FREDDIE ESTELLE SKINNER 

Majoring in French, Freddie Estelle Skinner has participated in the East Carolina 

Playhouse and has been on the staff of the East Carolinian. A sister in Delta Zeta, 

this coed served Kappa Delta Pi as president. Hailing from Ayden, Freddie is also 

a member of Sigma Pi Alpha. In addition, she has been a freshman counselor. 




WOODROW SHEPHERD 
For the past two years, the Student Government Associa- 
tion Elections Committee has been in the capable hands of 
Woodrow Shepherd. Woody, as he is known to his friends 
and associates, has also been historian and parliamentarian 
of Theta Chi. Prior to coming to East Carolina, this Phys- 
ical Education major attended Hargrove Military Academy. 
A native of Mount Pleasant, Delaware, Woody is a member 
of the Dean's Advisory Council. 



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SYLVIA ANN WALLACE 
Hailing from Bath, Sylvia Ann Wallace is studying Social Studies at the 
College. While at East Carolina, Sylvia served as vice president and secretary 
of the Young Democrats Club. The Mathematics Club has had Sylvia serving 
its members as president and "vice president. This Who's Who recipient 
is a member of Chi Beta Phi, honorary Science and Mathematics fraternity. 
As a Sophomore, she served as a Freshman Counselor. 



MERLE T. SUMMERS 
An outstanding individual in Student Government work, Merle 
T. Summers has been vice president of this organization. Various 
committees including the Special Events, Homecoming, and Ring 
Committees have received Merle's leadership. A native of Raleigh, 
this Business major is a member of the Future Business Leaders of 
America. In the organization, he is vice president. A former recipient 
of the SGA Outstanding Service Award, Merle holds membership in 
Kappa Alpha and the Circle K Club. 



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ROBERT WASHER 

Coming to East Carolina from Campbell College, Robert Washer has 
been outstanding in several phases of campus life. He has served the 
Student Government Association as chairman of the Men's Judiciary, 
president of Jones Hall, and as a member of the Student Senate. Fall 
Quarter 1962, Bob represented the College Union, of which he is vice 
president, at the Regional Conference of College Unions. This New 
Yorker is a brother of Theta Chi. 



JOHN THAMES WATERS 
John Thames Waters, a Mathematics major from Jacksonville, is a 
well deserving recipient of the Who's Who honor. For the past two years, 
he has had a seat on the Student Government Association Senate. As a 
junior, he served his class as president. Last Spring, the student body 
elected him as the male senator for the 1963 graduating class. John is a 
member of the Kappa Alpha Order. 



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JAMES WHEATLEY 
Majoring in biology, this Senior, who hails from Beaufort, is editor of 
the national Chi Beta Phi News Letter and vice president of the Collegiate 
Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Sciences. James Wheatley, a 
participant in the Student Christian Association and Wesley Foundation, 
also occupies membership in Phi Sigma Pi as well as Chi Beta Phi. 
He is a recipient of a Summer School Scholarship to the Marine Biological 
Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. 



HOWARD GLENN WILLIAMS 
Rocky Mount is the home of Howard Glenn Williams, a Business major. 
Because of his excellence in scholarship. Glenn has acquired membership 
in Phi Sigma Pi and the Society for the Advancement of Management. 
In the Fall of 1962, this Senior served as a Freshman Orientation Coun- 
selor. Before coming to East Carolina, Glenn completed his tour of duty 
with the United States Navy. 






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ouchdown! Victory! Defeat! The 
band plays the victory march when die Pirates 
score a diirty-yard gain or when they make a 
long jump shot from center court. We know 
heartbreaking moments on the playing field 
and in the grandstands when our pass is in- 
tercepted or our runner is tagged at home 
plate. Yells are chanted, victory marches are 
played, and flags are waved — all in keeping 
with a moving competitive spirit that lives on 
our campus from early fall to late spring 
with the coming and going of our seven sports. 
We love them, too, because we are young and 
human and feel a part of every victoiy or 
defeat. 




During fifteen years of coaching baseball in 
the North State Conference, Dean Jim Mallory led 
outstanding teams to a total record of 170 wins 
against only 33 losses. This record includes vic- 
tories over teams like Wake Forest, Duke, North 
Carolina State, the University of South Carolina, 
Camp Lejeune Marines. Parris Island Marines. Yale 
University. Michigan State, Florida State and Wash- 
ington and Lee University. 

In that same fifteen years, he has captured 
ten North State Conference baseball championships, 
five of them for East Carolina College. His 1961 
Pirates won the National Association of Inter- 
collegiate Athletics championship. That same year, 
he received the Raleigh Hot Stove League ward 
as "the North Carolinian contributing most to base- 
ball in 1961." 

During his coaching career at East Carolina 
College, he has seen 25 members of his teams sign 
professional baseball contracts after completing their 
college careers with the Pirates. 



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CAREFUL STUDY is made of every pla 



FIRST ROW: Junior Greene, Jim Robert, Art Henretta, 
Carlton Barnes, Bobby Draper, Pete Barnes, Billy Dunn, 
Jimmy Scott. 

SECOND ROW: Coach Mallory, Charlie Johnson, Spencer 
Gaylord, Tom Norman, Bobby Joyce, J. W. Edwards, 
Noland Respess, Nathan Greene. 

THIRD ROW: Merrill Bynum, John Barnes, Bobby Lump- 
kin, Earl Boykin, Lacy West, Buddy Wyatt, Roger Hedge- 
cock, Tom Kidd, Berk Stephens. 




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AN ITHACA RUNNER scampers back to first. 



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BOBBY JONES scores for East Caroli: 



Having graduated nine of the fourteen boys on 
the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics 
Championship club, the 1962 season was one of re- 
building for the Pirates. Even in this year of rebuild- 
ing, the Pirates could not be disregarded as they com- 
piled an overall record of eleven wins, ten losses and a 
conference record of seven wins, five losses. Included 
in the win column were such powerful teams as 
Florida State and Atlantic Coast Conference Cham- 
pion, Wake Forest. 

With these victories in mind and the graduation 
of only four players, Charlie Johnson, Spencer Gaylord, 
Nathan Greene, and Earl Boykin, East Carolina is ex- 
pecting to retain its status as a respected baseball 
power in the coming season. 



SCORE BOARD 

E.C.C. OPPONENTS 

12 Ithaca College .... .... 2 

3 Ithaca College 5 

10 Wake Forest .... 9 

7 Delaware University 12 

1 Delaware University ._ 4 

14 Washington and Lee 2 

8 Atlantic Christian 1 

11 Appalachian 1 

5 Appalachian 11 

5 Catawba 6 

10 Pfeiffer 3 

19 Florida State ... ._ 2 

1 University of North Carolina 2 

17 High Point 3 

7 Pfeiffer ......18 

6 Atlantic Christian 1 

3 Catawba 5 

11 Wake Forest ......12 

8 High Point .... 1 

3 Elon 4 

6 Elon 3 



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East Carolina boasted a talented team of golf- 
ers this season. Coach Pennington's almost invinc- 
ible linksters proved their skill with an impressive 
record of nine wins, one loss, and one tie. Leading 
these convincing victories was freshman, Bill Brog- 
den; followed by Mike Rominuw, Chappy Bradner, 
Ricky Sauve, Vance Taylor, Vince Eiduke, and 
Jerry Lawson, alternate. 

The coming season will find these same team 
members participating with the exception of four- 
year veteran, Vance Taylor. Thus, East Carolina is 
anticipating another winning season in golf. 




Captain Bill Brogden 



FIRST ROW: Vance Taylor, Chappy Bradner, Mike Rominue, Jerry Lawson. 
SECOND ROW: Ricky Sauve, Vince Eiduke, Bill Brogden, Coach Pennington. 




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Winning the Carolinas Conference for the sixth 
consecutive time. East Carolina's tennis team won 
all four of the singles titles and both doubles events. 

Harry Felton, East Carolina's number one man, 
won the number one singles championship for the 
second time by trouncing Appalachian six to two, 
six to zero, six to three. Blarnie and Ed Dunn cap- 
tured the fourth to round out the singles. 

Tanner and Felton teamed together to take the 
number one doubles championship. This event was 
the third time Tanner has been on the winning end 
of the doubles. Bane Shaw and Ed Dunn teamed 
to take the number two division of the doubles. 

Despite the loss of number one Harry Felton, 
Coach Carr will again have the powerhouse he had 
last year. 



CAPTAIN Blarnie Tanner 




FIRST ROW: Blarnie Tanner, Jerry Muecke, Dan Powell, Bane Shaw. 
SECOND ROW: Harry Felton, Ed Dunn, Mike Starr, Coach Wendell Carr. 




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Although the East Carolina College track team 
placed fourth in conference and sixth in district 
competition, this record is not indicative of their 
potential. The team faced tough opposition, includ- 
ing members of the Big Four. In addition, four new 
East Carolina College records were set. Jim Poole 
now holds the shot put record at 42 feet 44 inches: 
Bill McCants vaulted for a record 12 feet 6 inches; 
Whitty Bass ran the 440 in 50 seconds; Richard 
Stevens broke the high jump with 5 feet 11% inches; 
and Rick Zdziarski set a new mark in the discus 
with a heave of 120 feet 7 inches. These records are 
very important because three out of the four were 
set by freshmen. 

Considering last season's performance and the 
expected return of the entire team, the coming sea- 
son promises to be successful. 




62 TRACK TEAM: KNEELING: Lee Brison, Richard Stevens, Bill McCants, Dickie Mills, Jerry Tolley, Marshall Lefavor, Marvin Jones, Joe 
Talan. STANDING: Jim Poole, Richard Zoziarski, Leroy Spivey, Richard Jackson, Whitty Bass, Lee Bacon, Ned Pichford, Tom Michel, Garris Evans. 



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and Whitty Bass set new track records for E.C.C. in 1962. 



Tom Michel — Javelin 



Jim Poole-Shot Put 



SCORE BOARD 

OPPONENTS 

Atlantic Christian College .._ 64.5 

William & Mary (Norfolk Division) ... .._ 88.5 

N. C. State 105 

University of Richmond 60.5 

Wake Forest College 80.5 

Washington & Lee University 85 

Elon 38 

Atlantic Christian College .... .... 42.25 

Conference Meet 4th Place 
District 6th Place 




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Disk — Richard Zdziarski 



High Jump — Richard Stevens 




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to be made: but, no matter what category he falls into, the 
football player must spend approximately thirty hours in practice 
for every hour he plays. He must possess a will to win — a will so 
strong that he will sacrifice not only these long hours of rigid 
practice, but also fatigue, bruises, and possible injuries. He 
lives the strictly disciplined life, win or lose, because he knows 
that only victory can offset the disappointment of defeat. 







SEASON'S RESULTS 



ECC 




OPPONENT 


26 


Richmond 


27 


15 


Catawba 


14 


19 


Elon 


23 


16 


Western Carolina 


20 


36 


Newberry 


8 


29 


Appalachian 


16 


6 


Lenoir Rhyne 


7 


41 


Wofford 


9 


29 


Eastern Kentucky 


12 




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to Johnny Anderson. 



last minute instructions 



1962 VARSITY: FIRST ROW: Maurice Allen, Murray MacDiarmid, Bobby Bumgardner, Ted Day, Billy Strickland, David Smith, Mickey Brown, 
Earl Smith, Frankie Galloway, Vince Eiduke. SECOND ROW: Pete Thorell, Phil Harris, Ralph Royster, Skipper Duke, Colon Quinn, Jerry Tolley, 
Larry Rudisill. THIRD ROW: Bill Anderson, Buddy Stewart, Bill Burton, Leroy Spivey, Jim Leftwich, Jim Hoover, Whitty Bass, Dinky Mills, 
Bill Cline, Ralph Kinsey, Ricky Jarrell. FOURTH ROW: Bob Nesbit, Cecil Cherry, Bill Bock, Bill Vanney, Richard Jackson, Richard Stevens, 
Jim Floyd, Sammy Alexander, Mike Berry. 




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Richmond had to stage a fourth quarter comeback to defeat 
last Carolina in their opening game 27-26. A first quarter effort 
f 13 points by the Spiders seemed to indicate a runaway game 
)r Richmond. However, this indication was soon eliminated 
3 the dazzling second half play produced three touchdowns and 
20-13 Pirate lead. Bill Cline started off things for the Pirates 
y leading them into Spider territory and scoring the first 
mchdown. 

After forcing Richmond to kick, Vince Eiduke passed to 
arry Rudisill for the second Pirate touchdown and a 14-13 
CC lead. A perfect 40 yard pass from Bill Cline to Dave 
umgarner created another Pirate score and a 20-13 lead. ECC 
;ceived the opening kickoff in the second half and Jerry Tolley 



made a beautiful 80 yard touchdown runback to increase the 
Pirates lead to 26-13. Richmond refused to succumb, however, 
and scored two more touchdowns and conversions in the last half 
to sneak through with a 27-26 victory. 





STATISTICS 






ECC 


RICHMOND 


First downs 


15 


18 


Rushing 


139 


61 


Passing 


8-18 


7-17 


Net yards passing 


147 


107 


Punting 


5-32 


2-43 


Penalties 


38 


10 




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After delighting a large crowd of 6500 with a domi- 
nating first half score of 15-0, East Carolina had to fight 
hard to preserve their lead and eventually beat Catawba 
15-14. Sophomore Bill Cline led the scoring attack of the 
Pirates as he scored two touchdowns and passed to wingback 
Larry Rudisill for a two point conversion. Earl Sweet 
provided the other point of ECC on a successful field goal 
attempt. 

Catawba completely dominated the second half in of- 
fensive and defensive play. A combination of the passing 
of McDevitt to Bucky Pope and the power running of Ron 
Krouse accounted for the two touchdowns of the Indians. 
A missed conversion attempt proved to be the deciding 
point of the game and the gallant effort of Catawba proved 
to be in vain as the Pirate prevailed to win 15-14. 





STATISTICS 






ECC 


CATAWBA 


First Downs 


8 


14 


Rushing 


139 


61 


Passing 


5-10 


15-3 


Net Yards Passing 


86 


187 


Punting 


6-40 


9-42 


Penalties 


60 


25 



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Elon gave East Carolina one of its hardest de- 
eats of the season with a 23-19 score. Bill Cline led 
he Pirates offense as he contributed a 12 yard 
ouchdown run in the second period and passed to 
ind Dave Bumgarner for another in the final 
[uarter. Jerry Tolley took the handoff in a reverse 
)lay from Tom Michel to run 54 yards for the other 
'irate score. With perfect play calling, Elon's Little 
Ul-American quarterback, George Wooten, led his 
earn to victory by surprising the defense of ECC 
>n a keeper play that resulted in the winning touch- 
lown with 20 seconds left in the game. 





STATISTICS 






ECC 


ELON 


irst Downs 


17 


10 


ushing 


165 


228 


'assing 


8-14 


5-10 


fet Yard Passing 


134 


90 


'unting 


6-40.7 


4-34-5 


'enalties 


57 


73 




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iroceeded to a 20-16 victory. 






Once again East Carolina was edged in a tight, 
hard-fought ball game. Western Carolina managed 
to overcome the 16-13 lead of the Pirates and 
eventually beat ECC 20-16. Co-captain Dave Smith 
provided an early 2-0 Pirate lead by spilling a 
Catamount in the end zone for a two-point safety. 
Late in the second quarter, Bill Cline added to this 
lead with a 15 yard ( touchdown jaunt, and Earl 
Sweet kicked the extra point to give ECC a 9-0 
halftime lead. Western Carolina began their impres- 
sive comeback in the third quarter as they quickly 
scored two touchdowns and took the lead at 13-9. 
ECC would not be outdone this quarter, however, 
as Bill Cline scored once again for the Pirates and 
Earl Sweet kicked his second extra point to give 
East Carolina the lead again at 16-13. East Caro- 
lina's hopes were quickly disspelled again as the 
Catamounts came back with an 89 yard drive to 
defeat the Pirates 20-16. 



STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Net Yards Passing 

Punting 

Penalties 



ECC 

18 
225 
5-16 
77 
3-44.6 
15 



wcc 

21 
275 
6-13 
52 
3-38.0 
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Over 9,000 homecoming fans saw East Carolina storm 
to a 36-8 victory over Newberry. Newberry surged to an 8-0 
lead in the second period by capitalizing on an interception 
and passing for the conversion. A few minutes later, Bill 
Strickland climaxed a 61 yard run for the touchdown, EC's 
conversion attempt failed, and the half ended with the 
Indians leading 8-6. Neither team scored again until the 
fourth quarter when EC's Bill Bailey intercepted an Indian 
pass which resulted in another Pirate touchdown and a 28-8 



lead. Newberry tried desperately to come back, but the de- 
fense of ECC held. With 45 seconds remaining on the clock. 
East Carolina scored once more in their dominating 36-8 
victory. 





ECC 


NEWBERRY 


First Downs 


18 


9 


Rushing 


166 


88 


Passing 


4-8 


5-11 


Net Yards Passing 


113 


64 


Punting 


5-45.6 


7-34.1 


Penalties 


35 


48 



O-CAPTAINS Billy Strickland and David Smith run off the playing field. 




DOUBLE TEAM— Bill Cline and Ralph Royster prepare 
to double team a Newberry back. 




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OUT OF BOUNDS— Bill Cline fights hard to remain on the playing field as an Appalachi 
player pushes him out of bounds. 




East Carolina ended a six year Appala- 
chian losing streak by defeating the Mountain- 
eers 29-16. Tom Michel and Bill Cline started 
the Pirates off early by contributing a touch- 
down each to give ECC a 15-0 first-period 
lead. Tom Michel scored again in the second 
quarter on a 78 yard romp to increase the 
Pirate lead to 21-0. A few minutes later. 
Appalachian scored their first touchdown just 
before the first half ended and East Carolina 
went into the intermission leading 21-8. After 
a scoreless third quarter. Bill Cline passed to 
Dave Bumgarner for a touchdown and con- 
version to boost the lead 29-8. With a few min- 
utes left in the game. Appalachian scored an- 
other touchdown, but it was not enough as 
the Pirates downed them 29-16. 

STATISTICS 



First Downs 

Rushing 

Passing 

Net Yards Pas 

Punting 

Penalties 



ECC 

15 
162 
4-7 
94 
5-45.5 
60 



APPALACHIAN 

9 

69 

6-10 

118 

5-33.5 

50 



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East Carolina lost a 7-6 heartbreaker 
to highly ranked Lenoir Rhyne after hav- 
ing held the Conference leader for three 
quarters. With four minutes left in the first 
half, sophomore Bill Cline ran the ball 
from the ECC 46 yard line to the 3 yard 
line of the Bears. Fullback Tom Michel 
went through the middle on the next play 
for the Pirate score. A conversion attempt 
failed and ECC abandoned the field with a 
6-0 half-time lead. This lead held until the 
fourth quarter when the Bears scored on 
the powerful running of fullback Kemp. 
A game deciding conversion attempt was 
successful and Lenoir Rhyne took the lead 
7-6. Once again, the Pirates threatened as 
they drove deep into Bear territory, but 
this threat was removed by a 15 yard 
penalty. Lenoir Rhyne took over and ran 
the clock out to win a hard-fought battle, 
7-6. 





STATISTICS 








ECC 


Lenoii 


■ Rhyne 


First Downs 


9 




17 


Rushing 


203 




209 


Passing 


0-8 




12-18 


Net Yards Passi 


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120 


Punting 


9-34.0 




3-28.1 


Penalties 


90 




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East Carolina's Pirates completely devastated 
the Wofford Terriers, 41-9. with a tremendous four 
touchdown third quarter. ECC gained a 7-3 half- 
time lead by acquiring a touchdown and conversion 
to set off a successful field goal by Wofford. After 
a few minutes of second half play. Tom Michel 
turned a Richard Hunneycutt interception into a 
touchdown for a 14-3 Pirate lead. Minutes later, 
Bill Cline capitalized on another interception to 
increase East Carolina's lead to 21-3. Again the 
Terriers failed to move and again East Carolina 
scored. Bill Cline passed to Anderson for this touch- 
down to add a 28-3 score to Wofford's troubles. 
Once more ECC struck in the fatal third period. 
Tom Michel's powerful running sent ECC into the 
fourth period leading 35-3. In the last quarter. Bill 
Strickland contributed the last Pirate touchdown as 
Wofford scored their first and the Pritase came 
home with a convincing 41-9 victory. 




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STATISTICS 




ECC 


First Downs 


18 


Rushing 


244 


Passing 1 


12-18 


Net Yards Passing 


159 


Punts 


3-29.3 


Penalties 


30 



146 

4-15 

101 

5-35.4 

50 



SLIPS THROUCH— Bill Cline slips through the line and 







East Carolina came through with a 
phenomenal 21 point fourth quarter effort 
to defeat Eastern Kentucky. EK acquired 
an early 6-0 lead by capitalizing on a fum- 
ble deep in ECC territory. East Carolina 
came back a few minutes later when Larry 
Rudisill broke through right tackle for a 
touchdown, and adding a conversion, ECC 
took the lead 8-6. This lead was shortlived 
as the Maroons came back for an 80 yard 
touchdown march that gave them a 12-8 
halftime lead. In the fourth quarter, the 
Pirates gained three touchdowns: the first 
by Vince Eiduke. a 56 yard run by Michel 
for the second, and the last on a recovered 
fumble in EK's end zone by Richard 
Huneycutt to subdue the Maroons 29-12. 





ECC 


EKC 


First Downs 


14 


12 


Rushing 


243 


180 


Passing 


6-12 


3-13 


Net Yards Passing 


68 


16 


Punting 


4-30.8 


7-25 


Penalties 


15 


20 





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Three players are caught in mid-air as Sophomore Rick 
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A senior majoring in Physical Education. Billy Strickland 
has been in the Pirate starting line-up during his entire career. 
He has been hampered by a shoulder injury which caused him 
to miss a good deal of action. 

Scholarly senior Dan Rouse graduates with an excellent 
academic record as exemplified by his being an honor cadet in 
the AFROTC. He is among students representing East Carolina 



College in "Who's Who Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges." 

Junior halfback Frankie Galloway has been a constant start- 
er for three years. A Physical Education major, he has excelled 
as a defensive back and a punt returner. 

A family man, outstanding tackle Mickey Brown is the 
proud father of a twin son and daughter. He is a senior major- 
ing in Physical Education. 



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Already named alternate captain for the 1963 season, 
junior Richard Honeycutt is a Physical Education major who 
will see plenty of action with the Pirates next season. 

Recipient of the Alpha Phi Omega award as outstanding 
player on .the 1962 Pirate squad, sophomore Bill Cline is among 
the greatest football talents ever to wear the Pirate uniform. 

Named most valuable player on the 1962 team, blocking 



back Maurice Allen will be captain of the 1963 Pirates. Maurice 
is a Geography major from Henderson. 

Senior end Bobby Bumgardner, four years a member of 
the varsity team, has during his college career shouldered the 
burden of a double major in Business and Social Studies. This 
year he played his third season in the starting line-up. 




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An ex-Marine, versatile Vince Eiduke is a prolific reader 
who is majoring in Psychology. An outstanding foothall play- 
er, he is also a member of the Pirate golf team. 

An aggressive player, senior Murray MacDiarmid was in- 
jured during the previous season. This Pirate from Rocky 
Mount saw action on both defense and offense at the tackle 
position. 



Earl Sweet not only gained recognition as an outstanding 
guard, but also kicked many extra points, kick-offs, and field 
goals. A senior member of the Track team, he throws the 
shot put. 

Co-captain: center David Smith, is the 1962-63 winner 
of both the E. E. Rawl Memorial Award for athletic and aca- 
demic excellence and the citation as outstanding senior on the 
Pirate squad. 



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SEASON'S RESULTS 

ECC Opponents 

13 Fork Union 16 

7 Chowan 6 

34 Apprentice School 14 



Playing a limited three game schedule, East Carolina's 
Baby Bucs presented the home fans with a review of the future 
varsity while compiling a successful season record of two wins 
and one loss. This one loss was the result of the opening game 
with Fork Union Military Institute in which the Freshmen 
were defeated by a slim 16-14 score. This loss seemed to in- 
still within the Baby Bucs a determination not to yield to defeat 
again. Newport News caught the full fury of the Freshmen's 
revenge intentions as they were crushingly defeated in a game 
which produced a total of 34 points for East Carolina. A diffi- 
cult test for the endurance of the Baby Bucs' winning intentions 
was unfolded in the exciting game with Chowan. Chowan, 
number three in the nation among small colleges, invaded Green- 
ville with the intention of retaining their unblemished record 
by defeating East Carolina. But, the intentions of Chowan 
were not enough to combat the brilliant defense of our Baby 
Bucs whose 7-6 win rounded out the season with a 2-1 record. 
A great deal of potential was seen in players Buddy Bovender, 
Norman Swindell, Neil Linker, Ruffin Odom and Paul Rife 
as they contributed an outstanding effort to the Freshman Foot- 
ball Team. 



FIRST ROW: Kenneth Heath, Kenneth Robertson, George Richardson, Norman Swindell, Buddy Bovender, Neal Linker, Corie McRae, Elmer Krusa, 
Dave Alexander, Jay Andrews. SECOND ROW: Ruffin Odom, Ira Bullard, Paul Reif, John Bernardt, Steve Jennings, Gary Bach, Russ Fields, 
Basil Tippette, Jon Rife, David Neill, Dan Mattox. THIRD ROW: A. R. Hudson, Joe Borup, Gene Schmidt, Ed Vallish, Bill Sheffield, Ed Walker, Jerry 
Wallace, Richard Barnhill, John McPhaul, Raymond Perry, Carl Daddona, Joe Hilton. 




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Chosen by a student-faculty committee, the East Caro- 
lina Cheerleaders are the students who promote school and 
team spirit throughout the year. They begin practice im- 
mediately after being chosen in the Spring. Actual partici- 
pation in athletic events begins with the first football kick- 
off in September. Ten cheerleaders, headed by Kathie 
Salle and Linda Minton, have served in the cheering capaci- 
ties for 1962-1963. 



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As the football season came to a close, East Carolina fans 
moved from the chill of the stadium to the warmth of Memorial 
Gvm in eager anticipation of a successful basketball season. 
Here, the fans observed the '62-'63 schedule, including capable 
teams as Virginia Tech. Davidson. Richmond, and Oglethorpe, 
with reasonable apprehension. 

The slow start by the Pirates was quick to realize the worst 
of these apprehensions, but they were soon dispelled as the 
Pirates began to emerge from a team of uncertainty to a capable 
and well respected one. Perhaps the main reason for the 
Pirates attaining a winning season was the desire and determina- 
tion of the players. Many times. East Carolina was faced with 
bigger and supposedlv better opposition than themselves and 
manv times it took these assets to procure a Pirate victory. 
Co-captains Bill Otte and Lacy West led the offense of the 
Pirates as they compiled an average 18.7 and 17.4 points per 



game respectively. Sophomore Bill Brodgen commanded the 
backcourt and was third in average points per game while Jerry 
Parker and Richie Williams provided key defensive play in 
rounding out the starting five. On the efforts of these men, 
East Carolina attained a season record of 12 wins and 10 losses. 

What might have been the most exciting and best game of 
the year for the Pirates was the loss to Davidson: Davidson, 
who beat Duke earlier in the season, was ranked high nationally 
and was considered one of the best teams in the Eastern United 
States. This powerful team had all they could do to contain 
the upset intentions of the Pirates by an effort of desperation 
in the last three minutes of play. 

Considering the loss of only one starter, Lacy West, and 
the incoming talent from the Freshman team. East Carolina is 
anticipating an improved basketball record in the coming season. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Dewit Frazier, Bobby Duke, Lacy West, Gerld Parker, Fred Fowler, Bill Otte, Russ Knowles, Mai Boyette, Richie Wil- 
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;d the Pirates in scoring throughout the '62-'63 season. 



ACY WEST starts a hook for a Pirate goal. This senior forward from Asheboro made 
lis, his last season with the Pirates, his most successful by averaging 17.4 points per game. 





FAST BREAK by Bill Brogden nets two points for East 
Carolina. Brogden, a sophomore, shows much potential 
for the coming seasons. 




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Bobby Duke and Richard Williams prepare for a possible rebound. 





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SEASON'S RESULTS 

E.C.C. OPPONENTS 

76 V.M.I. 66 

75 High Point _ _ 56 

56 Lenoir Rhvne 63 

83 Citadel ___ 66 

57 Belmont Abbev ... .... 39 

63 Hish Point .... 67 

93 Pikeville ... 71 

77 Erskine ... 78 

73 Elon .... ... 64 

61 Davidson .... ... 71 

69 Lenoir Rhvne .... 76 

70 Erskine .... ... 62 

34 Oglethorpe _ ... 32 

62 Richmond .... 50 

58 Oglethorpe .... ... 63 

79 Atlantic Christian 78 

63 Elon ... 69 

66 William and Mary 81 

49 High Point .... 77 

70 Atlantic Christian 69 

78 Belmont Abbey 49 

73 Virginia Tech 81 




QUIET moments of concentr 
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equired hefore 



Under the leadership of Coach Wendell Carr, this year's 
talented Freshman team posted a seasonal record of 10 wins 
and 7 losses. After a slow start, the Freshman Pirates gained 
confidence along with experience to finish the second half of 
the season by winning seven straight games and losing one. 
Bobby Kinnard, Jerry Woodside, Neil Hodges, and Jack Yoder 
emerged from inexperienced to seasoned athletes in providing 
leadership for the East Carolina Freshmen. In the coming sea- 
son, this Freshman team will join the Varsity squad, and if the 
potential of these players is realized, East Carolina will present 
a problem to its competitors in the future. 



E.C.C. 

65 

70 

83 

91 

53 

85 

67 

58 

82 

84 

82 

88 

83 

86 

96 

99 

79 



SEASON'S RESULTS 

Opponents 

V.M.I. 78 

Louisburg 65 

The Citadel 97 

Elon 65 

Davidson 54 

Wilmington 78 

Louisburg ._ 68 

Duke 95 

E.M.I. .... ... 89 

Chowan 71 

Richmond 71 

Wilmington 69 

Chowan — 59 

William and Mary ... 77 

William and Mary 94 

E.M.I 81 

V.P.I 81 



KNEELING: Jack Yoder, Jerry Hoyle, Larry Phi 
Gilliam, Neil Hodges, Bobby Kendle. 



ips, Butch Ricks, George Styron. STANDING: Grady Williams, Gerry Woodside, Gary Lattimore, Bryan 




7(/>te&ttt«tf 




East Carolina's '62-"63 Wrestling season was 
a year of building for the future as the majority 
of the team consisted of young, inexperienced Fresh- 
men. Although the Pirates had a losing season 
record of two wins, one tie and seven losses, 
valuable experience was gained in the rugged op- 
position the Pirates faced. Senior Bill Cunniff 
commanded leadership of the team with sophomores 
Bob Muddy and Bernie Colorado, co-captains, fol- 
lowing close behind. East Carolina's two victories 
were shutouts of Saint Andrews, 34-0 and 29-0. 
Perhaps the most significant match of the season 
was with the University of West Virginia. West 
Virginia disposed of the outstanding team of the 
University of North Carolina without yielding 
a single match to the Tar Heels: but. the Pirates 
managed to win eight of their matches. 

With the return of the entire team except for 
Senior Bill Cunniff, the coming Wrestling season 
promises to be very successful. 



LEADING WRESTLER Bill Cunniff prepares to flip a St. Andrews grappler. 



KNEELING: Guv Haggerty, Bob Lane, Bernie Colorado, Irving Williams, Robert Moodv 
Ray Perry. 



STANDING: Keith Douglas, Tommy Coocker, Bill Cunniff, 






E.C.C. 

12 

16 

12 

11 

11 

34 

8 
29 

6 
12 



SEASON'S RESULTS 

Opponents 

University of North Carolina .... 18 

Pfeiffer _ .... 16 

Virginia Military Institute 14 

Old Dominion 17 

82nd Air Borne .... 16 

St. Andrews .... 

West Virginia University 22 

St. Andrews 

Old Dominion 20 

82nd Air Borne 14 



GUY HAGERTV l.ra. v- I.efore he is taken do 




COACH GANTT 




IRVING WILLIAMS drops to his knees before he takes down a Fort Bragg wrestler. 




COACH MARTINEZ and three members of the swimming team review their 
time. 



FIRST ROW: Bob Federici. Dan Vanuck, Gary Henson, Jim Roberts. SECOND ROW: George Cummings, Neil Sattenvhite, John Gaffney, Bob Bennett, 
Doug Sutton, Larrv Hewes, Jim Marasco. THIRD ROW: Clem Templeton, Jim Somma, Ed Zschau, Howard Purser, Charles Norwood, Harry Sober. 
ABSENT FROM PICTURE: Paul Donahue, Bob Kingrey, Miles Barefoot. 




East Carolina's 1%3 swimming team was evaluated 
by Coach Ray Martinez as "the finest team we have had 
by far." If the fans looked only at the record, 7 wins 
against 6 losses, they would be inclined to believe that the 
swimming year was not quite so successful. But, by look- 
ing deeper than the record and evaluating the Pirate's 
opponents, one can easily see what a difficult task East 
Carolina had to post a 7-6 record. North Carolina State, 
with five All-Americans on their team, headed the list of 
the Pirate's losses. Not far behind came the much respected 
teams of the University of .North Carolina. Florida State 
and the University of Florida. Victories for the Pirates 
were seen in meets with Davidson, Georgia. V.P.I.. Washing- 
ton-Lee, Old Dominion and nationally ranked University of 
Miami. Leading the Pirate swimming talent was Bob 
Kingrey, holder of the National Athletic Intercollegiate As- 
sociation Diving Championship, and Captain Ed Zschau. 
holder of the individual Best Medley Relay Record. Fresh- 
man talent was evident in Jim Marasco, specializing in 
the breast stroke. Howard Purser and Harry Sober, excelling 
in freestyle competition and Paul Donahue, exhibiting good 
diving. 

As the Pirates lose only three members of this year's 
team by graduation. Ed Zschau, Bob Kingrey and Doug 
Sutton, and with the return of seventeen lettermen. East 
Carolina is expecting to attain a better swimming record 
in the coming season. 



BOB BENNETT 
Butterfly 




HOI! KINGREY 
Diver 




E.C.C. 



SEASON'S RESULTS 

Opponent 

University of North Carolina 58 

Davidson 33 

North Carolina State 58 

University of North Carolina 61 

University of Georgia 43 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 31 

North Carolina State 52 

Old Dominion 42 

Virginia Military Institute 30 

Washington and Lee 36 

Florida State _.. ..... 58 

University of Miami 38 

Universitv of Florida 49 



EAST CAROLINA'S dimmers di\e ah.ad in the last lap of a freestyle 



HARRY SOBER 
Freestyle 




BOB FEDERICI 
Butterfly 



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Intramurals at East Carolina provides a chance 
for everyone to participate in the sport of his 
choice. Along with personal satisfaction, this 
program promotes physical fitness, sportsmanship, 
rugged competition and the development of the stu- 
dent as a whole. It is with this goal in mind that 
East Carolina wholeheartedly advocates participa- 
tion in its Intramural program. 

East Carolina's Intramural program consists 
of both team and individual divisions, which are 
composed of a wide variety of sports. Team ath- 
letes include Dormitory, Fraternity, and Independ- 
ent leagues which compete in football, basketball, 
volleyball, golf, swimming and bowling. For the 
winner of the team competition, picked on a total 
point basis, a President Cup is awarded. In in- 
dividual sports, tennis, horseshoes, badminton, 
wrestling and swimming is offered, and the indi- 
vidual compiling the highest number of points is 
awarded a Sportsman Cup. 



Softball proved to be the most competitive sport during the su 




PiKA's Grady Austin tries to beat out a throw to home plate. Another identified player is Lambda Chi's catcher Bill Nye. 




footfatl 



Maneuvering under the ball, an unidenti- 
fied KA prepares to receive a pass in the 
competition of the Fraternity League. 





Always a strong contender in intramural?, the Country Cents downed all competition to win the 
tramural football championship. 



Fall afternoons found the dormitory intramural football teams in full competition. Each wing of the four floors in the three 
tories sponsored a team in the touch-football league. 





Competition is probably the greate 
Ten teams make up the independent 
while the skins position for a rebound. 





Lambda Chi's Cloyce Anders attempts to block an 
hand jump shot by the PiKA's Charlie Zucker in the 
moving Fraternity League. 



7%e*t'<t, S*46etfaM 



Charlie Zucker on a fast break 
posed of eleven fraternities. 



ints for the PiKA's. The Fraternity League was com- 



11 Cox goes in fo 
lints for the PiKA's 




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Women's basketball at East Carolina College 
is sponsored by the Women's Recreation 
Association. Co-eds may participate in 
dormitory leagues or the Sorority division. 
Baskets await the ball as three Chi Omegas 
take shots in intramural play. 




Wearing overalls with Chi Omega on the pockets, the Chi 
Omegas take great pride in being the best dressed sorority 
on the court. 




'ictured are the Alpha Phis, winners of volleyball 

xmsored hv the Women's Recreational Association. 



Brenda Reges returns a voile) 

sorority division of volleyball. 



Volleyball for the co-eds 






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^Air students grow from fresh and 
new to mature and wiser people as they pro- 
gress from freshmen to seniors. Each year is 
new and challenging, often filled with events 
and experiences that distinguishes it from all 
others in memories. As freshmen we look 
ahead to four years of growth and knowledge; 
as sophomores we begin to realize just how 
far we have to go; as juniors we begin to 
search for our places in tomorrow's world; 
and finally, as seniors, we sometimes secretly 
look back and feel touches of regret that our 
college career is coming to a close. 



J33i3R&Q3^^ 



Approved for graduate instruction by the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools and by the North Carolina College Confer- 
ence, the graduate program of East Carolina Col- 
lege is planned within the pattern of work as pro- 
vided in the standards for the Master's degree as 
set by these associations. Before admission to can- 
didacy for a degree, every applicant is required to 
take the Graduate Record Examination. Two de- 
grees are offered by the College — The Master of 
\iN and The Master of Arts in Education. Al- 
though the number pictured is small, the total en- 
rollment of the Graduate School is over five hundred. 




Many graduate students use their Saturday morning class break to best ad- 
vantage: they rush to the soda shop for another cup of coffee. 




ALLEN. WALKER LEE. JR. 


Greenville 


Business Administration 




BYRD. LARRY DONALD 


Salisbury 


Psychology and Science 




COX. JUDITH ANNETTE 


Georgetown. S.C. 



ELLEN. DOROTHY HLMPHREYS Greenville 

English and Social Studies 

GOODHEART. JOHN TYLER Baltimore, Md. 

Art and Psychology 

GUY. ANNA BENDER Greenville 

Education and Administration 



JACKSON. WILHELMINA 


Pine Level 


Biology and Chemistry 




KENDALL. JULIA PAULINE 


Fayetteville 


Business 




KITTENGER. ROBERT BRUCE 


Elon College 


Science and Mathematics 





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LAWRENCE, MARY ROSE 


Albemarle 


Voice and Music Education 




McLAURIN, MELTON ALONZA 


Wade 


History and English 




McLAURIN, SANDRA COCKRELL 


Rocky Mount 


Mathematics and Science 




MATTHEWS. CLYDE WALTER 


Front Royal. Va. 


History and Psychology 




MEARS, RICHARD WALTER, JR. 


Norfolk, Va. 


Psychology 




MOORE, CHARLES HENRY 


Kinston 


Psychology and Social Studies 




MOORE, FARNEY MATTHEW 


Greenville 


Administration and Elementary Education 


MORRIS, JANET HILL 


Elizabeth City 


Art and English 




MOSER, BARBARA ANN 


Julian 


Mathematics and Geography 




NICHOLS, WILLIAM THOMAS 


Greenville 


Business 




SHAW, EDWIN PAGE 


Greenville 


English 




SHOCKLEY, JANICE LEE 


Hampton, Va. 


Music Education 




SPRUILL,- BETTY LOU 


Aurora 


English and Mathematics 




WAUGH, JAMES LOYD 


Greenville 


Industrial Arts and Education 




WURST, MARIE JANET 


Palmyra, N.J. 


Music Education 






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GILES HOPKINS 
President 





BUDDY WYATT 
Vice President 



BARBARA ANN ELLIS 
Secretary 



Senators: 
JO NELL KERLEY 
JAMES TEMME 



DIANA FOSTER 
Treasurer 










ABERNATHY. SILAS HOWARD 

Business A.I!. 
Young Democrats' I In 

ADCOCK. SHERWOOD LEE 

Business, A.B. 
Varsity Basketball; Future Business Le 

ADKINS. FRANCIS ASBURY 



Society for the Adv 
Leaders of America. 



ALDRIDGE. SANTA LEE 



Mardela Springs. 
Maryland 



Southpo 



ALFORD. MURRAY MAC 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club: Mathematics Club; Westminsl 
Fellowship, President. 

ALLEGOOD. ADDIE M. 

Primary Education. B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Associate 
hood Education. 



Lumberton 

■r Youth 

Ayden 

for Child- 



Farm\ ille 
Choir: 



ALLEN. ANNE FRANCES 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
EAST CAROLINIAN; Frenchman Counselor; Chapel 
Dean's Advisory Council; Sigma Tau Delta; Young Democrat-' 
Club. Vice President. President; North Carolina Young Demo- 
crats' Club, Secretary: National Young Democrats' Club Federa- 
tion; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice President; Junior Class Sec- 
retary; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



ALLEN. BRENDA LEE 



Future Bu 
CANEER. 



Bus 
Leaders o 



ess, B.S. 
America 



Pantego 
Hi: BUG 



ALLEN. CAROLYN JEAN Morganton 

English, and Social Studies. B.S. 
ALLEN, SHELBY DEAN Williamston 

Business, B.S. 
Studnt National Education Association: Slay Dormitory Treas- 
urer; Future Business Leaders of America; Women's Chorus. 

ALLSBROOK. LELAND LAWRENCE. JR. Scotland Neck 



Industrial Arts 



ALSTON. RUBY LEIGH 



Windsor 



Home Economics B.S. 
Home Economics Club: Student National 
tion; Wesley Foundation. 



Education Asso 



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DERS. WILLIE CLOYCE Clin 

Business, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha, High Epsilon; Inter Fraternity Council. 
Representative: Greek Week Chairman; Student Government 
, Ring Committee; Freshman Orientation Counselor. 



4DERSON. ERNEST YATES 


Elizabeth City 


Science and Social Studies B.S. 






IDERSON, PHILLIP DALE 




Middlesex 


Business, B.S. 
Chowan College. 






<IDREWS. JANE MARIE 




Clinton 


Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education: Student 


Nationa 


1 Educa- 


tion Association. 






V1GE. ROBERT LEE 




Plymouth 


Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 






WOLD. IRELL REX 


Fuquay Spring? 


Business. B.S. 








\RNOLD. STANLEY GERALD Fuquay Springs 

Nil -i.il Studies and English. A.B. 
Young Democrats' Club. 

\SBELL. JACQUELINE HUNTER Tyner 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Sigma Pi Alpha, 
Honorary Foreign Language Fraternity. 



AUSTIN, DAWN ELIZABETH 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; East Carolinian; Chapel Cho 



High Point 



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\UTRY. SANDRA TAYE Fayetteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Major's 
Club; Intramural Sports. 



WERY. BENJAMIN KERR 



Goldsboro 



Social Studies and English, A.B. 
East Carolina Playhouse, President. 



VYSCUE, PATRICIA ANN Washington 

Music, B.S. 
Woman's College; College Orchestra; Music Educators Na- 
tional Conference; Woman's Chorus; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 

3ADGETT, JUDITH CAROL Broadway 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association. 

3AGGETT. JUDY LOUISE Windsor 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Young Women's Christian Association; Sigma Tau Delta: 
Physical Education Major's Club. 

3AGNALL. EARLE EVERTON Tarpon Springs. Florida 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 

3AILEY, ARTHUR MONROE, JR. Raleigh 

Social Studies, B.S. 

Spartanburg Junior College; Baptist Student Union. 

BAILEY, GLENN ALFRED Harker's Island 

Science and Psychology, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship, President; Inter-Religious Council, 
President. 



JAILEY, SUE LYNN 



Bens 



Grammar Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; Student National Education Association; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Women's Judiciary; Garrett Dormitory, Secretary. 




#w*w Se*tc&t6mm 




BAILEY. WILMA FRANCES SalisbuS 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Newman Club; Chi Omega. 

BAKER. JUDY BALLANCE Greenville 

Physical Education and English, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Major's 
Club; Intramural Sports. 

BANKS, DIANNE RUTH Holly Ridge 

Grammar Education, B.S. 



Student National Education Associat 



Four Oaks 



BARBOUR. EDSEL TUCKER 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

BARLOW, HELEN RONNIE Dracut, Massachusetts 

Psychology, A.B. 

Psychology Club. 

BARLOW. WALTER DAVID 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Clul 



Fayetteville 




BARNHILL, EDITH HODGES 

Grammar Education, 

BARRETT. BEBE VAUGHN 

Primary Education, 



College Union Board: Westminster Youth Fellowship; 
ciation for Childhood Education: Student -National Educ 
Association. 



BARRETT. CAROL L. 

Art, B.: 
Art Cluh; Delta Phi Delta; Alj.l 
Meredith College. 



Sanfor 

rding Secretary : 



Greenville 



BARRETT. KATHERINE ELIZABETH 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Aquanymphs; Newman Clulj. 

BASMGHT. REBECCA ANN Greenville 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Alpha Delta Pi: Pan-Hellenic Council: Psychology Cluh. 

BASS. EMMA DEANE SIMMONS Trent.,.. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association: Association for Child- 
hood Education. 



!ASS. BONNIE DAVIS 




Wilson 


Science and Psychology, 
Woman's Collge. 


B.S. 




IISSINGER. RICHARD TURNER 




Wilmington 


Business, A.B. 






IATCHELOR. BARBARA JO 




Nashville 



Grammar Education. B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education: Student National Educa- 
tion Association: Women's Chorus. 



BALM. WALTER G. Engelhard 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
Canterbury Club, Vestry. Junior Warden; Math Club: Hon- 
orary Drill' Team: Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



BAXLEY. CORA SUE 



Primary Education, B.S. 
ent National Education Association; As 
Education. 



Saint Pauls 
ion for Child- 
New Bern 



BAXTER. JOHN ROBERT 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Swimming Team; BUCCANEER: Physical Education Major - : 
Club. 



WNPIB 



^ottoi *Donmcto>Uf (£ou*tctC "potmed. 



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YNOR. GENE CROSBY 



Pinetown 



Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi 



DSOLE. ELIZABETH TROTTER Tar Heel 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Kappa Delta: Homecoming Sponsor. 

LCHE. JUDITH FAYE Castalia 

English and Library Scince, B.S. 



Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer; Libn 

LL. HELEN JEANETTE 



Club. 



\\a 



Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 



NNETT. DAVID GORDON 



\\ instoii Salen 



Geography and Mathematics, A.B. 
Wake Forest College; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Wesley Founda- 
tion, Vice President; Mathematics Club; Student Christian As- 



5NNETT, JAYNE GUNNELL Elizabethto 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Young Democrats' Club; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Woman's Chorus; Marjorie Webster Junior 
College. 





BENNETT, MELVILLE ARTHUR 

Business, A.B. 
BERRY, JAMES WALTER 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Science Club: Young Republicans' Ck 

BEST. NANNIE SUE CRAWFORD 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



Chocowinitj 
Aurors 

Greenvilh 



BIZZELL. ROBERT CHARLES 

Business, A.B. 
BLACK, SANDRA KAY 

Foreign Language, A.B., B.S. 

BLACKLEY, LA VERNE 

Physical Education and French, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, President; Panhellenic Council, President; Fresh 
man Counselor; BUCCANEER; Military Queen; Miss Green 
ville; Majorette. 



Goldsborc 



Favetteville 



Durharr 



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BLACKMORE, ANNETTE IRENE Bur< 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation As- 
sociation. 

BLACKWELL, MELBOURNE DALE, JR. Greem 

Music, B.S. 
East Carolina College Orchestra; Symphonic Band, President: 
Brass Choir; Marching Band, President; The Collegians, Lead- 
er; Phi Mu Alpha, Warden; Concert Jazz Band. 



BLACKWELL, MELBOURNE DALE, SR. 



Greenville 



Library Science and Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Library Club; Industrial Arts Club; North Carolina Industrial 
Arts Association; American Industrial Arts Association; Student 
National Education Association. 



BLAKE, AMELIA VAUGHAN 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Winthrop College; BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; Cante 
bury Club; Young Democrats' Club; Sigma Tau Delta; St 
dent National Education Assi 



Favetteville 



BLAND, SUE ANN 

Pi Om 
BLANKS, ILVIE GREY 

Primary Education, 

BLANN. IRMA LEE 



Kinston 



Roxboro 



Goldsboro 
Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 



ill, 



BOADO. EDWARD JOSEPH 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 

BOBERSKY, RICHARD MERRILL Berwick, Pennsylvania 
Business, A.B. 

Goldey Beacom School of Business. 



BOLEN, HUGH B. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania 

Business, A. B. 
Hebrew Youth Fellowship. President; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

BONNER, LANA LEE Greenville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Angel Flight ; Miss Greenville Pageant. 

BOTELER. EDWARD MORTIMORE. JR. Jacksonville 

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 



3YD, GLENN THOMAS Washington 

Business, A.B. 
' College Union Board, Vice President, President; Vice President 
of Sophomore Class; Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary; WHO'S WHO 
> AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
i COLLEGES. 



Clayton 

National Educa- 



I3YETTE, JANICE BERNICE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Studen 
tion; Slay Hall Secretary. 



RANTLEY, ROLAND CHESTER Bailey 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 

RIGGS, LORENE FAYE Leasburg 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Campbell College; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

RIGGS, ORENE KAYE Leasburg 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Campbell College; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

RINSON, DOROTHY LARUE New Bern 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 



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Stadium (?o*tAt>iuctt<M *Pnoceeded. 



EUTT, NETTIE SUE Bladenboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
College Union Board, Corresponding Secretary; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Baptist Student Union; Woman's 
Chorus. 

ROOK, MICHAEL C. Brooklyn, New York 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Psychology Club. 

ROOKS, BETTY GRAY Reidsville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 

ROOKS, MILDRED EVERETT Bath 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Library Club. 

ROOKSHIRE, ROGER NEIL Lenoir 

Business, B.S. 
Brevard Junior College; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Intramurals. 

ROTHERS, ANNE LOUISE Elizabeth City 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta. 

ROWN, CHARLES ALEXANDER Hamlet 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports. 

ROWN, JACKIE GRADY Selma 

English and Mathematics, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Mathematics Club; 
Freshman Counselor; Baptist Student Union. 

ROWN, LAWTON ESDUS. JR. Magnolia 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Young Republicans' Club; Baptist Student Union. 

ROWN, OTIS CARSON. JR. Greenville 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 

ROWN, PATRICIA LOUISE Hobbsville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Tau Sigma; Association for Childhood 
Education; Student National Education Association. 



ROWN. SHIRLEY H. 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
BUCCANEER. 



Seagrove 





BYRAN. ALEX GRAY 



Biology, B.S. 
Science Club. 



Jacksonville 



BUCK, EDDIE ALTON Wrightsville Beach 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Intramural Sports. 



Greensboro 



BULLARD. BETTIE HANCOCK 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir; Woman's Chorus; Choral Union; Opera Work- 
shop; East Carolina Playhouse, "South Pacific," "Guys and 
Dolls," "The Messiah," "Faust," "Old Maid and the Thief," 
"Sister Angelica." 



BULLARD. THOMAS WINGATE. JR. 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 



Fayetteville 
Fayetteville 



BURDETTE, SALLY MAE 

English and Social Studies, B.S, 
Angel Flight, Commander, Executive Officer, Area Executive 
Officer: Student National Education Association. 



BURGESS. DAVID SAWYER 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 

BURRIS, JOY HAHN 

Art, B.S. 
Art Club; Alpha Xi Delta; Wingate Junior College. 



Belcross 
Concord 

Henderson 



BURRIS. MALCOLM LEE 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President, President; Phi Sigma Pi; 
WWWS Campus Radio; BUCCANEER, Assistant Business Man- 
ager. 

BURRIS, RICHARD DONALD Mount Pleasant 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Wingate Junior College; Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President; 
Intramural Sports. 



BURRISS. DONALD RAY 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.] 

BURRISS, SUSAN STARLING 

Biology, A.B. 
Woman's College. 



Southport 
Greensboro 



BUTLER. JEAN ANN McLean. Virginia 

Art, B.S. 
Delta Phi Delta, Secretary; Art Club; Student Government 
Association. 



UTLER. MURDOCK M.. JR. 

Chemistry and Science, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi. 




IYNUM. MERRILL HAMILTON. JR. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Circle K, Vice President; Varsity Base- 
ball; Physical Education Majors' Club. 

!YRD. GERALD LEE Murfreesboro 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Chowan College; Baptist Student Union, Student Counci 

5YRD, RONALD DEAN Tarboro 

Mathematics and Social Studies. B.S. 
Mathematics Club. 

:AMPBELL, ANNE GREY Raleigh 

English and French, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Freshman Counselor. 

:ANADY. DAN CONRAD Fayetteville 

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Intramural Sports; 
Student Government Association, Entertainment Committee. 

194 




.NNON, JAMES ALFRED, JR. Raleigh 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Young Democrats' Club; Newman Club; English Club; WWWS 
Campus Radio; College Union Board. 

.NNON, JOAN FRANCINE Ayden 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Zeta; Student National Education Association; EAST 
CAROLINIAN; East Carolina Playhouse; Freshman Counselor. 



RROLL. WILLIAM WRIGHT 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Men's Judiciary; Psychology Club. 



Dunn 



RTER, HELON GRACE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Delta Zeta; Student National Education Associatr 
tion for Childhood Edu 



.SH. RICHARD HENRY. JR. 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Manager™ 
Young Men's Christian Association; Yo 



Pink Hill 



Louisburg 



t; Beta Phi Gamma; 
ig Democrats' Club. 



TES. CAROLS N MADELINE Burling 

Primary Education, B.S. 
BUCCANEER; EAST CAROLINIAN; Young Democrats' Club; 
Chi Omega; Student National Education Association. 



1APMAN, VIRGINIA SUZON 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Catawba College; College Choir. 

1ENWORTH, JOSEPH ADAMS 

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 



Charlotte 

Wilmington 
Greenville 



1ERRY, LINDA FAYE 

Biology, B.S. 
Mount Olive Junior College; Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Vice 
President ; Science Club. 

[ESNUTT, JAMES WARREN Turkey 

Business, B.S. 
Student Government Association. Homecoming Committee, Points 
Committee, Budget Committee, Executive Council, Assistant Treas- 
urer, Treasurer. Buduet Committee Chairman; Pi Omega Pi, Vice 
President; Theta Chi; Young Democrats' Club; BUCCANEER; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 



IESSON, JESSE PARKER. JR. 

Science and Physical Education, B.S. 
Physical Education Club; Phi Sigma Pi; EAST CAROLINIAN 



Hertford 



IESSON. LELA HARRELL 

English and Science, 



Williamston 




7fav Se*£ s4dofite«t. 




CHILDRESS. CLARENCE GUTHRIE Sanford 

Geography and Social Strrdies, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Rifle Team, Sec- 
retary; Theta Chi; Arnold Air Society; Freshman Orientation 
Counselor. 



CHRISTEXBl RY. NANCY KAREN 

Primary Education, B.S 
Pfeiffer College; Student National Edi 
sociation for Childhood Education; Aquanymph 



Fayetteville 

Association; As- 



CHUCHOLA, RONALD T. 



Pennsville, New Jersey 



B.S. 
Canterbury. 



CLARK. BRENDA JOYCE Concord 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Brevard Junior College; Physical Education Majors' Club; 
Modern Dance Club ; Women's Recreation Association. 

CLARK. FAYE ELIZABETH Lillington 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; College Union Board. 

COBB, SANDRA CATHLEEN LaGrange 

Business, B.S. 

Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary; Future Business Leaders of America, 

Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor; Garrett Dormitory 

Secretary. , oc 



lOGHILL, BETTY V. Henderson 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Louisburg Junior College. 

IOLLIER, BETTY JOSEPH Raleigh 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Dean's Advisory- Council; Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion; Student National Education Association, Vice President, 
President; Association for Childhood Education; College Union 
Board; Westminster Youth Fellowship, Secretary; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

OLLIER, CARA EUGENIA Linden 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Chi Beta Phi; Mariah D. Graham Mathe- 
matics Club Award. 

iOOKE, FAYE ELLEN Stantonsburg 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association; 
North Carolina English Teachers Association. 

iOOKE, OLIVE HERRING Rockingham 

Music, B.S. 

College Choir; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; College Singers; 

Woman's Chorus; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice President; Garrett 

Dormitory Vice President. 

iOPELAND, HENRY LEWIS Franklin, Virginia 

Science, A.B. 



OPELAND, JULIA MILLER 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Library Club, 



Merry Hill 



Salisbury 



OPLEY, JAMES LEWIS 

Business, A.B. 

Society for the Advancement of Management; Future Business 
Leaders of America. 



ORBETT, JOHNNY NORMAN Elizabeth City 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club; Intramural Sports. 



iOSBY, WAYNE MANUEL Winterpock, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 



OUNTS, KATHRYN LEE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 



OX, JOHN COLUMBUS, JR. 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 



Wilmington 
Spray 



:OX, LYNDA LYLE 



Georgetown, South Carolina 
Music, B.S. 
Concert Band; Orchestra; Marching Band. 



:OX, LYNN ALTON Turkey 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Alpha Delta Tau, 
President; Arnold Air Society; Industrial Arts Club, Secretary. 

:OX, WILLIAM BOYD Greenville 

Science, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Chi Beta Phi; American Chemical 
Society. 



lOZART, H. FRANCES 



Science, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi. 



Greenville 



iRAFT, RICKEY MURLE Jacksonville 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 



CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
. , Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



Greenville 



1&& 



Senator 





CRAWLEY, WILLIAM CHARLES 

Business, A.B. 



Raleigh 



Fayetteville 



CREECH, DENIS LAVERN 

Business and Social Studies, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Young Democrats' Club; Intramural 
Sports; College Union Board; Baptist Student Union. 



Smithfield 



CREECH, HUBERT ANDREW 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 

CREECH, MARGARET ANNE Zebulon 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Freshman Counselor. 

CRICKMORE, VIVIAN PARNEE Enfield 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; North Carolina Edu- 
cation Association; Library Science Club. 

CRISP, JEAN EDWARDS Lewiston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
George Peabody College; Association for Childhood Educa- 
tion; Student National Education Association; Woman's Chorus. 



3*^*44 gottjcKitott Vyfufced O*ae*tt*tio*i. 




CROSS, LOUIS DANIEL Richmond, Virginia 

Business, B.S. 

Future Business Leaders of America. 



CROWDER, MARVIN LINWOOD, JR. Clarksville, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 



Goldsboro 



CRUMPLER, EDWARD HUGH 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer, Historian; Future Business Lead- 
ers of America; Intramural Sports. 

CRUMPLER, KATRINA Roseboro 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 
Freshman Class Secretary; College Union Board; Psychology 
Club, Secretary; Garrett Hall Vice President; Homecoming 
Sponsor. 

CRUTCHLOW, ELLA SUE Suffolk, Virginia 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Tau Sigma. 



CUMMINGS, JERRY ALDEN 

Science and Geography, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Men's Glee Club. 



Tarboro 



Northside 



CURRIN, JULIANA V. 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association; As- 
sociation for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma. 

CURTISS, ROBERT EARLE Scarsdale, New York 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

DANIEL, SANDRA LEIGH Roanoke Rapids 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Alpha Delta Pi; As- 
sociation for Childhood Education. 



DANIEL, WILLIS JULE, JR. 



, B.S. 



DANIELS, JEAN GUPTON 

Social Studies and Art, B.S. 



Roxboro 
Glendon 
Laurel Hill 



DANIELS, PEGGY JEAN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Democrats 
Club; Association for Childhood Education; Chi Omega; Mar- 



shal; Freshman Counselor. 



i97 



DAVENPORT, WALTER KENNETH Clinton 

Chemistry, A.B. 

DAVIS, MARY HUGHES Ash 

English and Music, B.S. 
College Orchestra; Marching Band; Woman's Glee Club; Music 
Educators National Conference; Baptist Student Union; Sigma 
Alpha Iota; National Council of Teachers of English. 



Elizabeth City 



DAVIS, THOMAS L. Hopewell, Virginia 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Inter- Fraternity Council. 



DAVIS, MARY JOHN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Association for Childhood Education; Stu- 
dent National Education Association; Young Women's Christian 

As: 



DAY, BENJAMIN GORDON 

Social Studies and Science, B.S, 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. 



Morehead City 



DEAN, EDNA MARIE 

Business, B.S. 
North Carolina Education Association; Futur 
of America. 



Timberlake 

Business Leaders 



DEAN, JANET MARIE 

Social Studies 



English, B.S. 



DEANS, RACHEL MARIE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

DEATON, JANICE P. 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Zeta; Panhellenic Council, Secretary. 



Lillington 
Tarboro 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 



DERRICK. MILDRED ELIZABETH 

Chemistry, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi, Secretary, Vice President; Home Economics 
Club; BUCCANEER; Kappa Delta, Treasurer; Science Club; 
Aquanymphs; Marching Band; Concert Band; Freshman Chem- 
istry Handbook Award; James Finley Spear Junior Memorial 
Award; National Science Foundation Summer Research Pro- 
gram at Emory University; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

DEVANE, ELIZABETH ANNE Clinton 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club; Alpha Phi; English Club; Women's Recreation 
Association; BUCCANEER. 

DEW, BRENDA LEAH Tarboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Marching Band; Varsity Band; Woman's Chorus; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Association for Childhood Educa- 
tion; Freshman Counselor. 



LSSl 





>e*uwi6 



DEXTER, CHARLOTTE WRAY 

Geography and Psychology, A.B. 
Woman's Chorus; BUCCANEER. 

DEICHMANN, ELIZABETH LIPPS 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Coker College. 



DIETZ, LEE CALVIN 



New Ben 



Winston Salerr 



Physics, A.I 



DODSON, GEORGE ALTON Meban. 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Student Government Association; Young 
Republicans Cfub; Physical Education Major's Club. 

DONAT, CHARLOTTE HAMILTON Farmvill< 

English and Speech, A.B. 
East Carolina Playhouse, Vice President; WWWS Radio; 
WWWS Television; EAST CAROLINIAN; Student Government 
Association, Budget Committee. 



DOVE. JOYCE LEE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron; Home Economics Club. 



Bladenbon 



OWDY, GARY JOSEPH Manteo 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 

Chowan College; Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President. 

OYLE, JUDITH ANNE Raleigh 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Chi Omega; BUCCANEER. 

UDLEY, BONNIE MAGGS Greenville 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Education Association. 

UDLEY, DAVID FREDERICK Kinston 

Geography and Science, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Chairman; Air Force Reserve Of- 
ficers Training Corps, Competitive Drill Award. 

UNLOW, DOROTHY D. JACKSON Elizabeth City 

Business and English, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary, Treasurer; 
Future Business Leaders of America. 

UNN, BETTY MODLIN Williamston 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Secretary. 

\GLES, LAURA KATHRYN Hope Mills 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Homecoming Sponsor. 

\TMAN, LAVERNE EDYTH Statesville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse, "Annie Get Your Gun," "South 
Pacific." 

DWARDS, DAVID FRANKLIN Statesville 

Biology and Chemistry, B.S. 
Appalachian State Teachers College; Mitchell College; Science 
Club; Biological Seminar. 

DWARDS, HARVEY WILSON, JR. Goldsboro 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Chaplain; Young Democrats' Club; West- 
minster Youth Fellowship. 

DWARDS, JOE W. Bladenboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Physical Education Majors' Club; Varsity 
Baseball. 

DWARDS, PATSY ANN Rocky Mount 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Student National Education Association; 
EAST CAROLINIAN. 





f4 "Stoayfo ?i*4t &U4& T><zy. 



EDWARDS. STEPHEN BRUCE Fayetteville 

Business, A.B. 

EIDSON. EDITH HENRY Williamston 

Science, B.S. 

Wilmington Junior College. 

ELIAS, CHARLOTTE ZETTIE Weldon 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

ELIAS, JO ANN Weldon 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club; Women's Recreation Associa- 



Burlington 



ELKINS. TERRY GAIL 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; Panhellenic Council, Recording Secretary, 
Vice President; BUCCANEER; Student National Education As- 
sociation; Freshman Counselor; Library Club; English Club. 

ELLIS, BARBARA ANN Faison 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Chief Marshal; Library Club; Young Democrats' Club; Fresh- 
man Counselor; Chi Omega, Vice President, Secretary; Senior 
Class Secretary; Homecoming Sponsor; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Theta Chi Dream Girl; Miss Pitt County; 
Representative to Governor's Inaugural Ball; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES 

199 



iLLl>. MAUI HA LAKKULL ban: 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Westminster Youth Fellowship, Vice Presi- 
dent; Alpha Phi, Chaplain. 



SNGLISH. MILDRED LOUISE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Jacksonville 



STES. ROBERT JAMES Norfolk, Virginia 

Science and Social Studies, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



EVANS, FREDDIE SHEA 

Science, B.S. 



££& 



SVANS, HIRAM BUTLER 

Chemistry. A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi. 



Decatur, Georgia 



VERS. SHELBY JEAN 

English and Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; King Youth Fellowship. 






M±^ 







New 



Elm City 



Wihnington 



EY. AGNES NORTON 

Primary Education, B.S. 

FAIRCLOTH, GLORIA DELILAH 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young 
Club; Baptist Student Union; Library Club. 

FARRISS. FRANCIS CHADBOURN 

Social Studies and Public Service, A.B. 
Tennis Team. 

FAULKNER, WALTER C. Henders 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Historian, Dellnsig Correspondent, Professional 
Chairman, Deltasig of The Year Award ; Dean's Advisory Coun- 
cil; Publications Board, Outstanding Contributions to Publica- 
tions Award; Freshman Orientation Counselor; BUCCANEER, 
Associate Editor, Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN, Summer School 
Associate Editor; Student Government Association; American 
Premier "Wages of Sin"; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press Conference in Miami 
Beach, Florida, Detroit, Michigan, and to CSPA at Columbia 
University in New York; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

Laur 



ilmrp 
President 
Tamaqua, Pennsylvania 



FINCH. JOHN BRINKLEY 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau; Industrial Arts Club, Vi< 

FINLEY, RUSSELL J. 

Business, A.] 

Society for the Advancement of Management, Arrangements 
Chairman; Goldey Beacom School of Business. 

FIPPS, LOWERY LANE Clarendon 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 

FLAKE. JOE M.. JR. Farmville 

Social Studies and History, B.S. 
Circle K Club. President. International Secretary, District Gover- 
nor Carolinas Circle K: Student Government Association: Air 
Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. Staff Photographer; 
Varsity Band; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- 
ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

FLEMING, BRENDA RUTH 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Young Democrats' Club. 

FLEMING. JAMES DURWOOD Creedmoor 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Campbell College; Physical Education Major's Club. 

FLETCHER. CAROLISTA CABELL 
Art, B.S. 
Art Club; REBEL, Exchange Editor; Canterbury Club; 
Religious Council; Student Government Association. 

FLETCHER. DAVID BRECKENRIDGE 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 



Laurinburg 



Edenton 



Edenton 




FLETCHER, JUDITH ANN Union Grove 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; 
Chapel Choir. 

FLOWE, OLIN TWEED Matthews 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 
Mathematics Club. 

FLOWERS, GERALDINE Rockingham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship; Student National Education Associa- 
tion. 

FOGLEMAN, BETTY JEAN Rougemont 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
BUCCANEER; Woman's Chorus; Student National Education 
Association; Association for Childhood Education. 

FOLKES, ROBERT STEVEN La Mirada, California 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
College Union Board; Judo Club; Physical Education Major's 
Club; Weight Lifting Club, Secretary; Phi Epsilon Kappa; 
Intramural Sports. 

FORBES, BECKY LOU Williamston 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir, Treasurer; Choral Union; Opera Workshop; 
Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary, Vice President; Chapel Choir; 
Freshman Counselor; East Carolina Playhouse, "Faust," "Sister 
Angelica." 



S*t«oM**te*tt "Reacted s4M *7W 'Z/tyA. 



STER, ELIZABETH DIANA Graham 

Marshal; Freshman Counselor; Junior Class Treasurer; Senior 
Class Treasurer; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary; Homecom- 
ing Sponsor. 



WLER. HAROLD DAVIS 

Business, A.B. 
College Union Bowling League. 


Fayetteville 


1 


tANKLIN, BARBARA JACKSON 

Library Science and English, B.S. 
Queens College; Westminster Youth Fellowship 


Greenville 




tANKLIN, CHARLES ROBERT 

Social Studies and Psychology, A.B. 


Kinston 


SKk mm 


IANKLIN. WALTER MCKINNEY. JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 


Charlotte 


jg^ 

o 


IAZIER, DWIGHT, JR. 

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 
Varsity Basketball; Mathematics Club. 


Henderson 


•iL 


*EEMAN, ETHEL CAROLYN Bladenboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; 
College Union Board; Tau Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi. 


%m 


EtEEMAN, RUFUS R. Roseboro 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha; Physical Education Major's Club; BUCCANEER; 
News Bureau Photographer. 


1^1 


ULFORD, JON WIKANDER 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Democrats' Club; Canterbury Club. 


Hertford 


lv 


UNDERBURK, FRED LEWIS Spray 
Business, A.B. 
Western Carolina College; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Future •Business Leaders of America. 


ifct 



UTREAL, CHERRY ANN Rocky Point 

English and Foreign Language, B.S. 
English Club, Vice President; Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary; Wil- 
son Dormitory Treasurer; BUCCANEER. 

iAINEY, NELLIE HOLMES Beauford 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 





Lumberton 



GALE, LINDA RAY 

English and Speech, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; East Carolina Playhouse. 

GALLOGHER, SUE GRETCHEN Culpeper, Virginia 

Music. B.S. 

Marching Band; Symphonic Band, Orchestra; Choral Union; 

Sigma Alpha Iota, Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor; 

East Carolina Playhouse, "South Pacific." 

GALLUP, STEVE ROY Bronx, New York 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; Hehrew Youth Fellowship; Inter-Fraternity 
Council. 

GAMBLE. PATRICIA NIVEN Waxhaw 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Baptist Student Union; Women's Recreation 
Association; Wingate College. 



GAMMON, LINDA JANE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Woman's Ch 



GANEY, JAMES HENDRIX 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship. 



Woodsdale 
Rockingham 



m^Ct€CQ%& 




GARDNER, LINDA ANN Goldsboro 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Pi Omega Pi; Young Friends, President; 
Inter-Religious Council. 

GARNER, NELL DIXON Mount Olive 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Vice President; As- 
sociation for Childhood Education; Chapel Choir; "The Mes- 
siah." 

GARRISS. JOHN W. Clinton 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Alumni Secretary, Publicity Chairman; BUC- 
CANEER, Classes Editor, Associate Editor; EAST CAROLIN- 
IAN, Photographer; Delegate to Associated Collegiate Press 
Conferences in Miami, Florida and Detroit, Michigan; Fresh- 
man Orientation Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



GASTER, MINNIE GARDNER 

English and Speech, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse, President. 

GAY, GLADYS EARLE 



Elon College 



Ayden 



Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Tau Beta Sigma, Historian; Woman's Chorus. 

GIBBS. BONNIE KAY Lynnhaven, Virginia 

Foreign Language, B.S. 

Sigma Pi Alpha. 

GILBERT, VIRGINIA YAKUTIS Calypso 

Primary Education, B.S. 
North Carolina Education Association; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Woman's Chorus; Women's Glee Club. 



GLIDEWELL, ILA MAE 

Social Studii 



Stokesdale 
s and Geography, B.S. 

GLOVER. M. ELIZABETH Gastonia 

Business, B.S. 
Slay Dormitory' President; Women's Judiciary, Chairman; Disci- 
pline Committee; Student Government Association; Executive 
Council; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 
GODWIN, JUDITH ANN Willow Springs 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education, Vice President; Tau Sigma; Garrett Hall 
Vice President ; Freshman Counselor. 

GOINS. DORIS WINSLOW Robersonville 

Social Studies and Library Science, B.S. 
Woman's College. 

GOLDEN. GEORGE DONNLEY Atlantic 

Business, A.B. 



ODWIN, WILLIAM CARROLL Greenv 

Science and English, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha; Phi Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Student Government 
Association, Summer School Secretary', External Affairs Commit- 
tee Chairman; Circle K Cluh; Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer; Disciple 
Student Fellowship, Vice President; Varsity Band; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 



iRDON, JOE LEE 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

iRRIE, ELIZABETH WHITLEY 

Primary Education, B.S. 



Monroe 

Williamston 
Rocky Mount 



ISSETT, WILLIAM TED 

Music, B.M. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; College Choir; Men's Glee Club. 

1ADY, HARVEY W., JR. Deep Run 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

1ADY, LINDA KAYE Kinston 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Ragsdale Hall Treasurer; Young Democrats' 
Club; BUCCANEER. 




y. S." Pneaeated "PcUC Zucmt&i. 



:ADY, SPENCER RAY Goldsboro 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club, President; Alpha Delta Tau, Vice Presi- 
dent; Dean's Advisory Council. 

LAHAM, JUDITH ANN Efland 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; BUCCANEER. 

IANT, THOMAS EUGENE Kinston 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club. 

UEEN, C. CLINTON Harmony 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi; Alpha Delta Tau; Westminster Youth Fellow- 
ship; Industrial Arts Club. 

IEEN, VIRGINIA ANN Greenville 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Aquanymphs, Secretary, Treasurer; Mathematics Club, Vice 
President; Baptist Student Union; Chi Beta Phi. 

IEER, CAROLYN LOUISE Wilmington 

Primary Education, B.S. 

UFFITH, BETTY ROSE Greenville 

Physical Education and English, A.B. 
Modern Dance Club, Artistic Director; Theater Dance, In- 
structor; Musical Choreographer. 

UFFITH, GEORGE L. Kannapolis 

Psychology and Music, A.B. 
Music Educators National Conference; Marching Band; Varsity 
Band; BUCCANEER; Methodist Student Center; Young Men's 
Christian Association, Treasurer; Men's Glee Club; Chapel 
Choir; Choral Union; Inter-Religious Council; Student Chris- 
tian Association, President. 

UMES, JUNIUS DANIEL. Ill Washington 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
REBEL, Associate Editor, Editor; EAST CAROLINIAN, Col- 
umnist, Editor; Publication's Board; Delegate to Associated 
Collegiate Press Conferences in Miami, Florida, and Detroit, 
Michigan; Student Government Association; Dean's Advisory 
Council; Disciplinary Committee; Freshman Orientation Coun- 

, selor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 

1 UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

(llNDSTAFF, NANCY ROSE Newton 

Art, A.B. 
Art Club. 

ttJBBS, WILLIAM ALTON Burlington 

Business, A.B. 

Circle K Club, Secretary', Board of Directors. 

JENTHER, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER Goldsboro 

Business, A.B. 

Southern Methodist University; Pi Kappa Alpha; Newman 

Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air 

Society ; Alpha Phi Omega. 





GURLEY, LINDA PEARL Princeton 

Library Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Library Club; Student National Education Association. 

GUYTON, JANICE SUE Bladenboro 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of America, Recording 
Secretary; Women's Recreation Association. 



HADDEN, RICHARD LOUIS 

Psychology and Business, A.l 



Goldsboro 



HALES, JESMAN ARNOLD 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air So 
ciety; Gamma Theta Upsilon. 



Fremont 



HAMILL, WILLIAM NELSON 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

HAMLETT, MICHAEL LYNN 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Frederick College. 



Weldon 



New Bern 



HAMMOND, LUCY OLIVIA 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Freshman Council; Homecoming Queen Spon- 
sor; Student National Education Association; Cheerleader; 
Women's Recreation Association. 



New Bern 



HAMMOND. RUBY JACQUELINE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Freshman Counselor; Women's Judiciary; 
Aquanymphs; Student National Education Association. 



HARDEE, LILLIE CAROLINE Wilmington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Association for Childhood Education. 

HARDIE, SHELVA JEAN Clarendon 

Biology, A.B., B.S. 

Science Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Young Democrats Club; 

Baptist Student Union; Lecture Series Committee; Young 

Women's Christian Association. 



Arapahoe 



HARDISON. BENJAMIN FLOYD, JR. 

Social Studies and Physics, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, Chaplain; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Baptist Student Union. 



HARDISON, MARJORIE MARIE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child 
hood Education; Women's Chorus. 



Kinston 






Se*u<x%4 



JARPER. VIRGIL BLACKLEDGE 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

3ARRELL, FLORENCE FAYE 

Business, B.S. 



Kinston 

Tarborc 
Edenton 



rIARRELL. GERALD LESTER 

Business, A.B. 
BUCCANEER; East Carolina Playhouse, Treasurer, Secretary; 
Future Business Leaders of America; Student Government 
Association, Productions Committee Co-Chairman. 

HARRINGTON. MARGIE RAE Kannapolis 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Wingate Junior College; Angel Flight; Mathematics Club; 
Science Club; BUCCANEER. 

HARRIS, BETH Bailey 

English and Library Science, B.S. 
Chi Omega, Secretary; Student National Education Association; 
Student Government Association, Student Senate; Cotten Hall 
President; Homecoming Queen Sponsor; Dean's Advisory Coun- 
cil; Women's Judiciary; Marshal; BUCCANEER; Young Demo- 
crats' Club; Best Dressed Coed for GLAMOUR Magazine. 

HARRIS, JAMES ALSON, JR. Portsmouth, Va. 

Business, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Circle K Club; Future Business Leaders of 
America. 
204 




RRIS, LIN WOOD ALLEN 

Science, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Science Club. 



Greenville 



RRIS, MARTIN LUTHER Green; 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America; EAST CAROLINIAN. 



nlle 



RRIS, MARY GAYNELL 

Business, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship: Future Business Leaders of America. 

RRIS, SYLVIA PARKS Enfield 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, President; Future Business Leaders of America; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 



RRIS, WILLIAM SHERROD, JR. 

Social Studies and Sociology, 
Theta Chi. 



Emporia 



Plymouth 



RRISON, JUDITH LYNN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron, Reporter; Home Economics Club, Reporter; Fresh 
man Counselor. 



RWARD, JOHN DOUGLAS 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Physical Education Majors Club. 



Concord 



TCH, JOHNNY GRATTAN Clinton 

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club ; Intramural Sports. 



TTEM, ALICE O'BRIANT 

Grammar Educot; 

WKES, MALISSIE DORCAS 

Grammar Ed 



ZLETON, GEORGE LIVINGSTON 
Physics, B.S. 

DGEPETH, JOHN ELVIN 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship 



Williamston 
Willow Springs 

Greenville 

Henderson 




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Ldik 



HEERY, JOHN JOSEPH Gibbstown, N.J. 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Newman Club; 
WWWS-AM; Inter-Religious Council. 



HELMS, WILLIAM PHIL 



Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; BUCCANEER. 



HENDERSON, JERRY DAVID 

Chemistry, A.] 



HILL, JEAN BAKER 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron ; Home Economics Club. 



HILL. JOHN R. 



s, B.S. 



Charlotte 



Ayden 



Louisburg 



Groton, Conn. 



HILL, MARGARET ELLEN MINSON 

Mathematics, A.B., B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Aquanymphs; Modem Dance Club; Chi 
Beta Phi; Science Club; Theater Dance Group. 205 



HILL, SHELBY JEAN Goldsboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion. 



HILLIARD, RAYMOND GRANT 

Business, A.i 



HINDSLEY, LAWRENCE WAYNE Wilmington, Delaware 

Business, B.S. 

College Union Bowling League. 



HINNANT, HAROLD GRAY 

Social Studies, B.S. 



Maury 
Whiteville 



HINSON, PHYLLIS EMILY 

English ami Library Science, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta; EAST CAROLINIAN; Young Democrats 
Club; "Guys and Dolls"; "Merchant of Venice." 

HINTZ, ROBERT EDWARD West Liberty, Iowa 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Men's Chorus; Phi Kappa 
Alpha. 



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HOBBS, WINDSOR KEITH Warsaw 

Psychology and Biology, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary'; Freshman Counselor; Publications 
Board; EAST CAROLINIAN, Business Manager; Psychology 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; WWWS- 
TV. 

HOLLIDAY, PEGGY WOOD Tarboro 

Science, B.S. 

Science Club; Homecoming Queen Sponsor. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, FRANCES ERWIN Roanoke Rapids 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Opera Theater. 

HOLLINGSWORTH. JOSEPH WEBSTER Brevard 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Gamma Theta Upsilon, President. 



Wilson 



Harrellsville 



HOLLOMAN, ALTON WAYNE 

Psychology and Geography, A.B. 
Sigma Nu. 
HOLLOMAN. AUDREY DEANE 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron, Secretary, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor; Home- 
coming Sponsor; Home Economics Club, Vice President, Presi- 
dent; Cotten Hall Vice President; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 
HOLMES, ANNETTE Bowden 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 

HOLTON, ALFORD JESSE, JR. 

Music, B.S. 
Marching Band; Symphonic Band; Varsity Band; Collegians; 
Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer; Music Educators National Conference, 
Treasurer, Vice President, President. 

HOOPER, TRACY CARLYLE 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 

HOOPER, VERNA MANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Tau Sigma; Student National Education Association; Associa- 
tion for Childhood Education. 

HOPKINS, ELLA LOUISE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
WWWS; Young Democrats Club; Student National Education 
Association. 

HOPKINS, GILES DION Concord 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member, President; Senior Class 
President^ Inter- Fraternity Council; Dean's Advisory Council, 
Student Government Association, Historian, Executive Council, 
Budget Committee, Student Senate; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 
206 



Louisburg 



Stumpy Point 



Kill Devil Hills 



Jamesville 









HORNE. MARGUERITE COCHRAN 

Primary Education, B.S 



Greenville 
Pottsville, Pennsylvania 



HORNING, CAROLYN JANE 

Business, B.S. 

Newman Club; Pi Omega Pi; Future Business Leaders of 
America; Student National Education Association. 



HOUSE, RICHARD MONADUKE 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 



Tarboro 



HOWARD, JAMES ODELL Pink Hill 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Delta Tau, Secretary, Treasurer; Industrial Arts Club; 
Intramural Sports. 

HUBBARD, NANCY DEANE Norfolk, Virginia 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Association for Childhood Education; 
Chapel Choir. 

HUFFMAN, REBECCA LOU Greensboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Aquanymphs. 



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HUGHES. PATRICIA ANN Chadbourn 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor. 

HULCHER, CHARLES BUTLER, JR. Kingstree, South Carolina 

Music, B.S. 

Concert Band; Marching Band; Men's Glee Club; Choral 

Union; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; Collegians; Concert Jazz 

Band. 

HUMPHREY, C. ASHLEY Lumberton 

Business, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, Vice President, President; Inter- 
Fraternity Council; Baptist Student Union, Treasurer. 



Jurlington 



HUNT, RECTOR SAMUEL 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B 
Sigma Nu. 

HUNTER, ROBERT KORNEGAY Kinston 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

IDOL, GARY EUGENE Charlotte 

Art, A.B. 

Charlotte Junior College; Theta Chi; Student Government 

Association, Summer School Vice President, Senator, Delegate 

toNSA; Art Club; BUCCANEER. 

JACKSON, JAMES F. Palor Park, Illinois 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Future Business 
Leaders of America. 

JACKSON, JUDY FAYE Godwin 

Business and Library Science, B.S. 
Library Club; Student National Education Association; Future 
Business Leaders of America. 

JACKSON, SEPHIE LEE New Bern 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Peace College; Home Economics Club; Women's Glee Club; 
Student National Education Association. 

JAMES, POLLY LEE Wallace 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Young Democrats Club; Women's Rec- 
reation Association. 

JARMAN, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH Kinston 

Business and English, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America, Corresponding Secretary; 
Student National Education Association. 

JERNIGAN, SANDRA KAY Vanceboro 

Business and English, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Future Business Leaders of 
America; Student National Education Association. 207 



JOHNSON, ANN CAROLYN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 



Angier 



Four Oaks 



JOHNSON, BRENDA CAROLYN 

French and English, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha, Treasurer; Student National Education As 
sociation. 



JOHNSON, CHRIS RYAL Benson 

English, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse; Sigma Tau Delta; Student National 
Education Association. 



JONES, ALMA ELIZABETH 

Primary' Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Assocation 



JONES, ANN MURPHY 

Primary Education, B.S. 



JONES, BONNIE JOYCE 

Home Economics, B.S. 



JONES, GENE DOUGLAS 

Math and Physical Education, B.S. 



JONES, JAMES WILLIAM 

Social Studies, B.S. 



JONES, JO ANNE 



JONES, KYLE C. 



English and French, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship. 



business, A.B. 



Seven Springs 

Bell Arthur 

Durban' 

Ash 

Willington 

Clinton 

Elk Park 



JONES, MARTHA SUE Ghent, New York 

Business, B.S. 

Averett College; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Canterbury Club. 



JOURNIGAN. CLIFTON WAYNE Henders 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Secretary, Vice President; Future Business 
Leaders of America; EAST CAROLINIAN; BUCCANEER. 







Se*Uon& 




JOWERS. CHARLES DANNY Hemingway, South Carolin; 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Science Club; Wingate 
College. 

JOYNER, EDWARD LEROY. JR. Fayettevill 

Business, A.B. 

Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 

Charter Member; Young Democrats Club; Future Business 

Leaders of America; Intramural Sports. 

JOYNER, ELLEN GAYLE Knightdal 

Business, A.B. 
Marshal; Alpha Omicron Pi, Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer. J 

KALLIO. HELEN ELIZABETH North East, Marylan 

Business, B.S. 
EAST CAROLINIAN, Feature Editor, Copy Editor; Lutheran 
Student Association, Secretary-Treasurer, President; Inter-Re- 
ligious Council President; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Pi Omega Pi; Goldey Beacom School of Business. 

KATSIAS, ANTHONY Virginia Beach, Virgini 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Phi, Vice President; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa; EAST 
CAROLINIAN; BUCCANEER. 

KAYLOR, RAY BUFORD Maida 

Science, A.B. 



EL. DAVID GENE 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 

EL, LOWELL LEE 

Science and Social Studies, U.S. 
TV Guild; Science Club. 



Bethel 

Ahoskie 

Newton Grove 



EN, JANIS LYNN 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; BUCCANEER; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 

NNEDY, SANDRA KAY Greenville 

Spanish and French, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha, Vice President. 

NNIE, NANCY GRACE High Point 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

RLEY, JO NELL Mooresville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Homecoming Sponsor; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Association for Childhood Education; Student 
Government Association, Senator, Special Events Committee; 
BUCCANEER. 




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KILBY. ANN JONES Bath 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Garrett Hall President; THE KEY, Associate Editor; Home 
Economics Club; Woman's Judiciary; Student Government As- 
sociation, Senator, Co-Chairman Summer School Ball; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 
KILPATRICK, MICHAEL WILSON Robersonville 

Psychology, A.B. 
Phi Mu Alpha; Men's Glee Club; Psychology Club; College 
Choir; Spring Musicals; Music Festival. 

KING, REBECCA MORGAN Dunn 

Science, B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi; Science Club; Baptist Student Union; Home 
Economics Club; Freshman Physics Award. 

KING, ROBERT WARREN Elizabeth City 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Baseball; Intramural Sports. 

KINGREY, ROBERT NEAL Norfolk, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Swimming Team, Co-Captain, All-American Team; National 
Association Inter-Collegiate Athletics Diving Champion; "Annie, 
Get Your Gun." 

KNOWLES, RODNEY LEE New Bern 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; College Union. 

KOONCE, SIDNEY GALE Rocky Mount 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Historian; BUCCANEER, Assistant Business 
Manager, Business Manager; Publications Board; Delegate to 
Associated Collegiate Press Conference in Miami, Florida; 
Freshman Counselor; Chapel Choir; Student Government As- 
sociation Senator. 

KOPLEY, ANNE M. Garden City, New Jersey 

Business, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; Future Business Leaders of America; Valentine 
Queen; Slay Hall Secretary. 

KYLES. DON PAUL Maiden 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

LACKEY, KATHERINE CAROL Rockingham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Marching Band; Association for Childhood Education; Wom- 
an's Glee Club; Woman's Chorus. 
LAKIN, GARY EDWARD Portsmouth, Virginia 

Business, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Future Business 
Leaders of America. 

LANCASTER. CHARLES G.. JR. Windsor 

English and Social Studies, A.B. 
WWWS-FM, Station Manager; TV Guild, President; Pi Kappa 
Phi; Dean's Advisory Council; East Carolina Playhouse. 

209 



.ANCASTER, MARY JO 



Windsor 



i:.s. 



Alpha Xi Delta, Vice President, President; Chief Marshal; TV 
Guild; WWWS-FM, Secretary; Freshman Counselor; EAST 
CAROLINIAN; Homecoming Sponsor; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 



Oak City 



AND. SYBLE LINDSEY 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Madison College; Westminster Fellowship, Vice President; 
Association for Childhood Education, Corresponding Secretary 
Secretary -Treasurer; BUCCANEER; Alpha Phi. 



ARSON. GERALD THOMAS 

Mathematics and Business, A.B. 
Golf Team; Lutheran Student Association, 



Forest City, Iowa 



.ASSITER, SHELDON RAY 

Industrial Arts. 
Industrial Arts Club; Alpha Delt 
Carolina Industrial Arts Association 
Association. 

.ATES. JOSEPH KENT 



Gatesville 

B.S. 

Tau, Historian; North 
American Industrial Arts 



Fairwinds Bear, Delaware 
Sanford 



AWRENCE, P. ELIZABETH 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Campbell College; Home Economics Club. 



EE. CLYDE EDWARD 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Day Student Senator; Theta 
Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council. 



Fayetteville 



.EE. DEANYE GRACE 



Pikeville 
ology, B.S. 
b; Science Club; Student National 



Mount Olive Junior Collej 
Education Association. 

,EE, MARGIE FAYE Deep Run 

Grammar Education, B.S. 

.EE, SUDIE MAE Williamston 

Business, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship, Secretary; Future Business Leaders of 
America. 

LEE, ZEPLIN SANFORD. JR. Levittown, Pennsylvania 

Biology, B.S. 
King Youth Fellowship. 

LEFAVOR. MARSHALL WADE Bayside, Virginia 

English and Psychology, B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Order; Varsity Football; Varsity Track. 





Se*Uo'i4> 



LEGGETT. HUBERT KERMIT 

Industrial 
Marching Band; Varsity Band 
Delta Tau. 


JR. 

Arts, B.S. 
Industrial A 


ts Club 


Greenv 

Alpha 


lie 


LEITH. JOANN BARBER 

Business and 


English, B.S. 




Greenv 


lie 


LEWIS. CAROL GASKINS Greenville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron, Vice President; Home Economics Club; King 
Youth Fellowship. 


LEWIS, EVELYN FRANCES 

Mathematics an 
Mathema 


d Science, B.S. 
ics Club. 


Cascac 


e, Virginia 



LEWIS. JAMES EUGENE, JR. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Chowan Colleg 



Havelock 



LEWIS. JEAN CAROL 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Women's Chris 
tian Association; Association for Childhood Education; Worn 
en's Chorus. 



\\ i I-,-. 




LEWIS, JIMMY WAYNE 



Washington 



Social Studies and Physical Education, B.S. 
Phi Sigma Pi. 



LEWIS. LYNDA CAROLE Knightdale 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Cotten Hall Vice President; Garrett Hall President; Freshman 
Counselor; Student National Education Association; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Association for Childhood Education; Tau Sigma, 
Vice President, President; Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion, President; Baptist Student Union; Student Government 
Association, Student Senate, Women's Judiciary; Student 
Christian Association, Vice President; Chapel Choir, Vice Presi- 
dent; Inter-Religious Council, Secretary; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



LILES, CAROLYN NEAL 



Littleton 



Art, B.S. 
Art Club. 



LINDSEY. VIVIAN WYNNE Plymouth 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Garrett Hall Treasurer; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Frr-hman Counselor. 



LINEBACK. NEAL GAMBILL 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, President. 

LISK, RONALD CRAIG 

Science and Mathematics, B.S. 

LITTLETON. JESSE FITZHLGH, JR. 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 

LITTLETON, SEE FOSCUE 

Library Science and French, B.S. 

LOFTIN, MARY FARRIOR 

Business, B.S. 

LOGGINS, JAMES HENRY 

Business, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Historian; Future Business 



W instun-Salem 



Swansboro 



Swansboro 



lie 



May 
Mount Olive 



W inston-Salem 

Leaders of 



LONG, LINDA KATHRYN Rod 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Varsity Band; Student National Education Association. 



LONG, MICHAEL ELMER 

Geography and Social Studies, A.i 



New Bern 



Z>e**t Wfcte *Zfo«t0>iect at leu. 



3RBACHER, FREDERICK GUSTAV Raleigh 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Secretary. 



DVIC, ROBERT HENRY 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Future Busin 
WWWS-TV and Radio; TV Guild. 



Savannah, Tennessee 
Leaders of America; 



3Y, NEIL E. 



Science and Physics, A.B., B.S. 



Pantego 

Roanoke Rapids 
Majors 



CTVCH, PRISCILLA FAYE 

/ _ Physical Education and Science, B.S, 

Women's Recreation Association; Physical Educat 
Club; Freshman Counselor; Fleming Hall Treasurer. 

TON, MARTHA JANE Durham 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; Delta Zeta; Freshman Counselor. 



:ARTHUR, DONALD LEE 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps 



Greenville 







Raleigh 
Durham 



McCAIN, LELIA CAROLE Waxhaw 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Westminster Fellowship; House Council; 
Young Democrats Club; Women's Recreation Association. 

McCANTS, FLOYD WILLIAM Wyoming, Delaware 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Track Team. 

McCORKLE, L. SARA 

Psychology, English, A.B. 

McCREA, RONALD D. 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Theta Chi, Reporter, Social Chairman, Historian; 
ternity Council, Vice President; Collegians. 

McCULLEN, CAROL LOUISE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
College Union, Secretary, Social Chairman, Delegate to Fine 
Arts Committee Convention, Homecoming Hostess, Board Mem- 
ber; Homecoming Sponsor for Cotton Hall. 

McCULLEN. SHIRLEY JEAN Clinton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Chi; Atlantic Christian College; House Committee, 
Fleming and Cotton Dorm; Woman's Chorus; Association for 
Childhood Education; Student National Education Association; 
Young Democrats Club; Women's Recreation Association. 



-Fra- 



Clinton 



Se*Uo>u 






Mount Olive 



Mcdonald, norma carole 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Peace College; Kappa Delta; Miss Slay Dorm; BUCCANEER. 

McDUFFIE, MARY JUDITH Princeton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Emmanuel College; King Youth Fellowship. 

McGEE, NATHAN EUGENE Conover 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi; Future Business Leaders of America; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Air Force Reserve Of- 
ficers Training Corps; Lutheran Student Association. 

McHUGH, MARY JANE Jacksonville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse; National Education Association, North 
Carolina Education Association. 

McLAWHORN. HERMAN HESSELL Hookerton 

Business, A.B. 

MACKEY, THOMAS DUDLEY Bethesda, Maryland 

Social Studies and Sociology, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Men's Glee Club. 



MAHAFFEY. CHARLES EDWARD 

Chemistry, A.B. 
American Chemical Society 



Elizabeth City 
Penns Grove, New Jersey 




MARCHAK. MYRON 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Campus Radio. 

MARSH. JOANN New Bern 

English and Science, B.S. 
University of Missouri; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Science Club; College Union, Board Member, Summer 
School Secretary. 

MARSHBURN. JAMES EDGAR Vass 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM LYNWOOD Fieldale, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Assistant Intramural Director. 



MASON. CAROL BAUCOM 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; National Education As 
sociation. 



Ape* 



ASON, JIMMIE EDWARD Apex 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Student National Education Association; 
Alpha Phi Omega. 



ASON, POLLY ELIZABETH 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club; Student National Education Associ 
tion; Baptist Student Union. 



Rath 



Four Oaks 



ASSENGILL, LINDA LEE 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Sigma Tau Delta; Student National Education Association; 
North Carolina English Teachers A; 



Fayetteville 



(ATTHEWS, JOHN REGINALD, JR. 
English, A.B. 

[ATTHEWS, RONDALL RAY Linden 

Science, A.B. 

IAY, CELIA PITTS Bailey 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; North Carolina Education Association; Young 
Democrats Club; Young Women's Christian Association; Chi 
Omega, Corresponding Secretary. 



-fluttion, S**yU&6> 



AY, MARY NAN Maury 

English and Foreign Language, B.S. 
Woman's College; Delta Zeta; Marshal; Sigma Tau Delta. 

EADOWS, SARAH KATHRYN Hookerton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 



EREDITH. KENNETH ROSS Charlotte 

Art, B.S. 

Art Club; Sigma Phi Epsilon; EAST CAROLINIAN. 


ERRITT, LAURA CATHERINE 

Social Studies and Public Administration, A.B. 


Dover 


EWBORN, SALLIE M. 

Music, B.S. 


Grifton 


ICOL, JANET MARIE 

Science and Mathmatics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club. 


Valdese 


ILLS, BERNARD DEAN 

Social Studies and English, A.B. 
Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
CAROLINIAN; WWWS Campus Radio; BUCCANEEF 
Editor; Lecture Series Committee. 


Henderson 

EAST 
1, Sports 


ILLS, CECIL L. 

Business, A.B. 


Goldsboro 


[ILLS, DOROTHY ANTNETTE Wallace 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Phi Omicron; Women's Recreation 
Association. 


[ILLS, HAROLD JASON 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Psychology Club; King Youth Fellowship. 


Greenville 


IILLS, LINDA GAY 

Biology, B.S. 
Angel Flight; Free Will Baptist Youth Fellowship; 
Club. 


Greenville 

Science 



1IMS, RICHARD LEE Woodbridge, Virginia 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 

Industrial Arts Club; Intramural Sports. 





MINTON, SHIRLEY JO Suffolk, Virginia 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Home Economics Club; Young Democrats Club; 
Campbell College. 

MITCHELL. MARGARET JOYCE Greensboro 

.Music, B.S. 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band; Orchestra; Marching Band; 
Slay Hall Treasurer. 

MIZELL. ARLEN EUGENE Williamstori 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Football; Physical Education Majors Club; Theta Chi; Buc- 
caneer Sports Car Club. 

MIZELL. EDWARD THOMAS Durham 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Basketball; Pi Kappa Alpha; Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club; Phi Epsilon Kappa. 

MONK. MARIANNE Ahoskie 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Newman Club: Student National Education Association; Wom- 
an's Club. 

MOODY. JOAN FRANCES Bon Air. Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Intramural Sports; Dormitory President. 

MOORE. CATHERINE TATUM Greenville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Woman's College; Student National Education Association; 
Alpha Omicron Pi ; Sigma Tau Delta. 

MOORE. EMILY LOU Rocky Mount 

English and Social Studies. B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Young Democrats Club; Slay Hall Vice 
President; Garrett Hall Secretary. 

MOORE. JERRY WALTER Raleigh 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; WWWS Campus Radio; Industrial Arts Club. 

MOORE, KENNETH EUGENE Winston-Salem 

Geography and Psychology, A.B. 
Theta Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice President; Junior 
Class Senator. 

MOORE. MARY LEE Charlotte 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Wingate College; Student National Education Association; 
Women's Glee Club; Baptist Student Union; North Carolina 
Education Association. 

MOORE. WILLIAM EDWARD. Ill Greenvilk 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Student Government Association, Entertain- 
ment Chairman: Alpha Delta Tau; WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- 
LEGES. 



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IOORE. ZELLA GRAY 

French and English, A.B. 
Mars Hill College. 


High Point 


IOOTE. BOBBY LEE 

Business, A.B. 


Havelock 


/[ORRIS. JEAN CARROLL 


Elizabeth Citv 



Social Studies and Mathematics, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Alpha Omicron Pi. Historian. 



Nashville 



MORRIS, NANCY BAKER 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Angel Flight, Secre- 
tary; Slay Hall Secretary; North Carolina Education Associa- 
tion. 

MORRIS. ROY LEE Denton 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Young Republicans Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps, Arnold Air Society. Drill Team. 

MORSE. PEGGY ANft Rockingham 

Music, B.S. 

Marching Hand; Symphonic Band; Orchestra. 




3WERY, BRENDA SUE High Point 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Alpha Omicron Pi; Physical 
Education Majors Club. 

LJMFORD. MARY HELEN Kinston 

Business, B.S. 
j Future Business Leaders of America, President, Secretary; 
Kappa Delta; Dean's Advisory Council; College Choir; Woman's 
Chorus; Choral Union; '"Messiah"; "South Pacific"; "Guys and 
Dolls"; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

|URPHY, EDWARD EARLE, JR. Wilmington, Delaware 

Business, A.B. 

Newman Club; Semper Fidelis Society. 

>NCE, ROBERT ALFRED Charlotte 

Art, A.B. 
Art Club; Cantebury Club; East Carolina Playhouse; Student 
Christian Association, Treasurer. 

ASH. PHYLLIS DEAN Monroe 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Recording Secretary; Freshman Counselor; 
Student National Education Association. 

EAL, RONNIE LANE Walkertown 

Business, A.B. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Historian, Vice President; Student Govern- 
ment Association, Summer School Senator; BUCCANEER, 
Assistant Business Manager; Delegate to Columbia Scholastic 
Press Association in New York and the Associated Collegiate 
Press Conference in Detroit, Michigan; Intramural Sports. 

ESBITT, NANCY DIANNE Black Mountain 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Brevard College; Freshman Counselor; Alpha Phi; Panhellenic 
Council; Student National Education Association; Homecoming 
Sponsor. 

EWBERN. ELTON LEE. JR. Colerain 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 

EWMAN, BOBBIE GUPTON Greenville 

Geography, Spanish, and Social Studies, A.B. 
Mathematics Club; Sigma Pi Alpha, President; Science Club; 
Gamma Theta Upsilon. 

ICHOLAS, JOHN LEONARD Hampton, Virginia 

Business, A.B. 
ICHOLES. JAMES WILLIS Bassett, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Physical Education Majors Club; Intra- 
mural Sports; Ferrum College. 

OBLE, GLENDA SUE Deep Run 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Atlantic Christian College. 




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NORWOOD, GROVER CARROLL Black Mountain 

English, B.S. 
East Carolina Playhouse; EAST CAROLINIAN, Review Editor; 
Intramural Sports; "Auntie Maine"; Campus Radio; Fine Arts 
Exposition Committee; Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps; Sigma Tau Delta; Young Men's Christian Association; 
North Carolina State College; WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- 
DENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

OAKES. KATHRYN ELIZABETH Greenville 

French and Mathematics, A.B. 
Woman's College; Alpha Delta Pi, President. 

OAKLEY. WILLIAM JAMES Townsend, Virginia 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Physical Education Majors Club; Phi Epsi- 
lon Kappa. 
O'BRIEN. DONALD RAY Oxford 

Mathematics and Social Studies, A.B. 
Mathematics Club, Vice President; Air Force Reserve Officers 
Training Corps, Arnold Air Society; Intramural Sports; Young 
Democrats Club; Baptist Student Union. 

ODOM. VICKI LEE Rocky Mount 

Biology, B.S. 

Alpha Delta Pi ; Science Club. 

OLIVER, BARBARA ANN Princeton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Campbell College; Woman's Chorus; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Association for Childhood Education. 

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OTTAWAY, LOU RAYE Greenville 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Canterbury; Intramural Sports; Women's Chorus. 



OWENS, CAROL ANN Plymouth 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; Young Democrats Club; WWWW Campus Radio. 



PARKER. BARBARA ANN Tarboro 

Primary Education and Psychology, B.S. 



PARKER. DOUGLAS CANADY 

Art, A.B. 

Art Club, Vice President, President; TV Guild. 



Hubert 



PARKER, GEORGIA WINIFRED 

Grammar Education, B.S. 



Four Oaks 



PARKER. JOAN LUCILLE Southern Pines 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education; 
North Carolina Education Association; Mathematics Club. 




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Elizabeth City 



PARKER. SARA GARRETT 

Art, B.S. 

Art Club; Delta Phi Delta; Young Democrats Club; Home- 
coming Sponsor. 

PARROTT, LUCY MERLE Creedmoor 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Association for Childhood Education; 
Women's Chorus; Student National Education Association. 



PARSONS. JULIA ANN 

Grammar Education, B.S. 

PATE. MARVIN CLAYTON 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Industrial Arts Club. 



Candor 
Pikeville 

New Bern 



PATRICK. GEORGE CALAWAY. JR. 

Psychology and Music, A.B. 
Phi Kappa Tau, Chaplin; '"South Pacific"; Marching Band; 
Varsity Band; Men's Glee Club; Baptist Student Union, Presi- 
dent. 

PATTERSON, KENNETH JOHN Jacksonville 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Intramural Sports. 

PAULSON. CECELIA GAYLE MANN Midway Park 

Social Studies and Sociology, B.S. 

PEARCE, CHARLES GILBERT Castalia 

Physical Education and Social Studies. B.S. 
Louisburg Junior College; Physical Education Major's Club. 

PEARCE. JOE EDWARD Castalia 

EnglMi and Social Studies, B.S. 
Louisburg Junior College; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Sigma Tau Delta. Historian; Inter Dormitory Council; 
North Carolina English Teachers Association. 



PENUEL. ELTON RAY 



Goldsboro 



Alpha Phi Omega; College Union Board, Games Committee; 
Intramural Sports; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment. 

PENN, ALAN TERRENCE Richmond. Virginia 

Psychology and Natural Science; A.B. 
EAST CAROLINIAN; Alpha Epsilon Pi, President; Hebrew 
Youth Fellowship; Psychology Club, Treasurer; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council: Intramural Sports; Student Government As- 
sociation. 

PERGERSON. BARBARA ANN Franklinton 

Grammar Education. B.S. 
Louisburg College; Sigma Pi Alpha; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Association for Childhood Education. 
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PHELPS. WILLIAM EDWARD Windsor 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, President; Inter Fraternity Council, Treas- 
urer; Newman Club; Semper Fidelis Society, President; 
WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES. 

PHILLIPS, HAYWOOD ALTON Windsor 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

PIERCE, CARRIE ELIZABETH Wilmington 

Library Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Wilmington Junior College. 

PIERCE. MARY CAROLYN Maysville 

Biology, A.B., B.S. 

Baptist Student Union; Science Club, Vice President. 

PINER. JOHN THOMAS Wilmington 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 

PINKHAM, MARY LINDA Washington 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club. 



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PITT, MARGARET ELLEN Rocky Mount 

English and Science, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Women's Chris- 
tian Association, Baptist Student Union; Young Democrats 
Club. 

PLASTER, PAULA FAITH Patrick Springs. Virginia 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Emmanuel College ; King Youth Fellowship. 

PLEASANTS, JAMES LAWRENCE Louisburg 

Business, A.B. 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Future Business 
Leaders of America; Young Democrats Club. 

POLK, JACQUELINE JUSTINE Plymouth 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Saint Mary's Junior College: EAST CAROLINIAN; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma; Cheerleader; Student National Education As- 
sociation. 



POLLEY, BILLY LEE 



Norfolk, Virginia 
New Bern 



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POLLOCK. CHARLES LUTHER 

Physical Education and Science. B.S. 
Physical Education Major's Club. 

POPE, JANIE ELIZABETH Lucama 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student Government Association; 
Women's Judiciary; Jarvis Hall President, Treas. 

PORTER, AUDREY RUTH Volney, Virginia 

Business, B.S. 

Pi Omega Pi; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council. 



PORTER, SANDRA CAROLYN 

Music and Business, B.S. 
Marching Band; Orchestra; Wesley Youth Fellowship. 



Elizabeth City 



POWELL. SAMUEL FLETHCER 



Statonsbi 



PROCTOR, KENNETH RAY 

English and Science, A.B., B.S. 
Free Will Baptist Fellowship, President, Vice President; Mathe- 
matics Club. 



PULLEY, CHARLES OWEN 

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 
Mathematics Club. 



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QUEEN, LARRY HERBERT Maiden 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 

QUEEN. SYBIL EVONNE Shelby 

Music, B.S. 
College Choir; Woman's Chorus; Choral Union; "Guys and 
Dolls"; Opera Theater. 

QUICK. KENNETH REECE Rockingham 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Louisburg College; Young Democrats Club, Parliamentarian; 
Young Men's Christian Association; Student Government As- 
sociation. 

RACKLEY. WILLIAM EARL Coldsboro 

Art, A.B. 
East Carolina Playhouse; Art Club: Young Democrats Club; 
TV Guild; WWWS-AM Radio: College Union. 



RAWLS. CLARENCE ARTHUR 

Industrial A 



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Washington 
Lumberton 



RAY. PANSY BEROMCA 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Chowan College; Baptist Student Union; Women's Recreation 
Association, Secretary; Student National Education Association. 



RAY. WILLIAM J. 

Physical Education and Social Studi 



Wadesboro 



Greenvi 



RAYNOR. ANNA KATHERINE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's College; Kappa Delta, President; BUCCANEER: 
Student National Education Association; Student Government 
Association, Senate; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

RAYNOR. CONNIE McNEIL Beulaville 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 

RAYNOR. FRANCES FAYE Roseboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

REAVES. ELIZABETH FRENCH Roanoke Rapids 

English and French, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Sisima Pi Alpha; Young Democrats Club; EAST 
CAROLINIAN. 



REDD. LEWIS STEVEN 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 



Greenville 




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REDFERN. JUDY ELIZABETH Albemarl 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Panhellenic Council; Student 
Government Association, Student Senate; Women's Judiciary; 
Fleming Hall President; Dean's Advisory Council: BUC- 
CANEER; Spring Greeks. Social Chairman; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

REECE, JERRY PATRICIA Hendersonvill 

Psychology and Social Studies, A.B. 

Psychology Club; Baptist Student Union; EAST CAROLINIAN. 

REEL, GOLDIS STARLING Greenvill 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Mathematics Club; 
Baptist Student Union. 

REESE. THOMAS MILTON Rocky Moun 

Business, A.B. 
Dean's Advisory Council; Delta Sigma Pi, President, Chan- 
cellor; East Carolina Playhouse; College Union Committee; 
Intramural Sports; BUCCANEER. 

REID, WILSON DOYLE Roanoke Rapids 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 

REGISTER. ROGER VINCENT Turkey 

Business, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi. 



SPESS, JOHNNY H., Ill 


Wilson 




Industrial Arts, B.S. 






Sophomore Class, President; Varsity Band, President; 


Industrial 


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High Point 


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Grammar Education, B.S. 





Washington 



[EM, JULIAN DANIEL. JR. 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Society for die Advancement of Management. 

ODES, GEORGE R. Windsor 

Business, A.B. 
Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Delta Sigma Pi. 

!UE, MELRA ANN Swansboro 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Treasurer; Marshal; Chi Beta Phi; Mathe- 
matics Club, Beporter, Secretary -Treasurer; EAST CAROLIN- 
IAN. 

DDICK, ANNIE MARIE Hobbsville 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Baptist Student Union; Home Economics Club, Treasurer, 
State Secretary; Phi Omicron, Vice President, President; Tau 
Sigma, Secretary, Vice President; Freshman Counselor; WHO'S 
WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES. 

DDLE. VIVIAN LUCILLE Asheville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Women's Christian Association; Baptist Student Union; 
Women's Recreation Association; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Mars Hill College. 

iBERSON, BOB PAUL Vallejo, California 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 

IBERTS, MARION GRAY Bladenboro 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; Association for Childhood Education. 



IBERTSON. BEN DOUGLAS 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 



>RERTS, SIGNA FAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa 
tion; Freshman Counselor; Dormitory Officer. 



Littleton 
Newport 



Roxboro 



)BINSON, DOUGLAS CARTER 

Social Studies and Geography, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Drill 
Team Commander; Dean's Advisory Council; Men's Judiciary, 
Vice Chairman; Frederick Junior College; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 




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ROCK. DAVID ANDREW. JR. Raleigh 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Freshman Class, President; Swimming Team. 

ROEBUCK, MARY ELIZABETH S. Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

ROGERS, SARA LOUISE Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Student National Education 
Association; Alpha Omicron Pi, Most Outstanding Pledge, Vice 
President, President, Historian; Homecoming Sponsor; Dean's 
Advisory Council. 

ROGERS. JO ANN Williamston 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

ROGERSON, ELIZABETH ANNE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

ROSE, WANDA ELAINE 

Business, B.S. 
Chowan College; Student National Education Associati 



Ahoskie 



Pantego 



ROWE. CLAIBORNE CARR Ahoskie 

Grammar Ed 



ROWE. JIMMY WADE Maysville 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Treasurer. 

ROYSTER. ELIZABETH CAROL Stem 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

RUBIN, HOWARD MARTIN Charlotte 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, President, Vice President ; Hebrew Youth Fel- 
lowship; Intramural Sports. 



RUSS, HARVEY DANIEL 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club. 



Shallotte 



Longwood 



RUSS. PHOEBE DEANE 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary; Student National 
Education Association. 




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RYAN. BARBARA ANN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Summer School Senator, Sen- 
ior Senator; Chi Omega; Student National Education Associa- 
tion: Association for Childhood Education: Younn Democrats 
Club. 

SANDERS, PRISCILLA AGNES Laurel H 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Home Economics 
Club; Westminster Fellowship. 

SANDERS. JAMES WALKER Rose H 

Art, A.B. 
Art Club; Delta Phi Delta, Treasup 

SANDERSON. J. W. 



Weight Training Club. 
Dillon. South Carolii 



Business. 



Spring La 



SARASKE. ROSALIND DEANNE 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Science Club; Aquanymphs; Young Women's Christian Associa- 
tion; Women's Recreation Association; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Intramural Sports. 

SCHWAB. BARBARA JEANNE Garden City, New Yo 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student Government Association, Executive Council, Secretary, 
Student Senate; Woman's Judiciary, Chairman; Kappa Delta, 
Secretary, Parliamentarian; Women's Recreation Association; 
Slay Hall President; Discipline Committee; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



SCOTT. ADAM DUANE 



SCOTT. JIMMY ALLEN 



Wintervi 



tnik Springs. Virgin 



Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 
Baseball. 

SCOTT. RUTH BLANTON Wilming 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; King Youth Fellowship. 



SCOTT, SHIRLEY DEAN 



New Be 



North Carolina State College; Elon College; College Union 
Committee; Young Democrats Club; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Science Club. 

SCROGGS, FRANK WALTER. JR. San Francisco. Califorr 
Science, A.B. 
Science Club. 



SEAGROVES. EDWARD ONCO, JR. 
Business, B.S. 

Future Business Leaders of America; Alpha Phi Omega, Presi 
dent; BUCCANEER. 



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Greenville 



Aurora 



SEYMOUR, CHARLES BERNARD 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports 

SHACKELFORD, D. B. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

SHACKELFORD, LARRY WAYNE 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 
Science Club; Chi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Pi. 

SHARBER, JUNE LOUISE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Chapel Choir 
an's Chorus; Association for Childhood Education. 

SHEARIN, MIRIAM KAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union. 

SHEPHERD, WOODROW WINDER Claymont, Delaware 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Theta Chi, Historian, Parliamentarian; Student Government 
Association, Elections Committee Chairman; Physical Education 
Majors Club, Treasurer; Swimming Team; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 



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ERLOCK, RONALD R. Wilmington, Delaware 

Business, A.B. 

OBE, CHARLES LEE, JR. Hampton, Virginia 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

UMAN, JAMES FRANKLIN Charlotte 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
WWWS-AM Radio, Assistant Station Manager; TV Guild, Vice 
President. 

UTT. MARY F. KIRBY LaGrange 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Pineland Junior College: Women's Recreation Association; 
Association for Childhood Education. 

4MONS, LYNDA ANN Hampstead 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Freshman Counselor; 
Young Democrats Club; Woman's Chorus; BUCCANEER. 

ILES, CAROLYN DAVIS 

Social Studies, A.B. 
Campus Radio; Women's Chorus. 



Roper 
Ayden 



INNER, FREDDIE E. 

French and Social Studies, B.S., A.B. 
East Carolina Playhouse; EAST CAROLINIAN; Delta Zeta; 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Freshman Coun- 
selor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

IPPER, LINDA KAY Mount Olive 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education; BUCCANEER. 

AUGHTER, RUSSLYN PAULINE Aulander 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Angel Flight; Alpha Omicron Pi. 

ITH, A. T. Hubert 

Social Studies, A.B. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Alpha Phi Omega. 

[ITH, BELINDA CAROL Greenville 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi; Association for Childhood Education; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; BUCCANEER; Wesley Founda- 
tion; Averett College. 

[ITH, CLENTON JAMES Newport News, Virginia 

Geography and Social Studies, A.B. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon, Vice President. 





SMITH. CHARLES MARSHALL Henderson 

Physical Education and Psychology, B.S. 
Weight Training Club, President; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Swimming Team; Phi Epsilon Kappa; Basketball Team; 
"South Pacific"; "Guys and Dolls." 

SMITH. DANNY G. Raleigh 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Mu Alpha, President; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Music Educators National Conference; Men's Glee Club, Presi- 
dent; Marching Band. 

SMITH. DAVID MERWIN Whiteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Majors Club; Foot- 
ball Team, Captain. 



SMITH. FRANCIS M. 



SMITH. HENRY WINFIELD 



Grifton 



Wilmington 



SMITH. JAMES ELDRIDGE Newport News, Virginia 

Art. B.S. 
Methodist Student Center, President; Delta Phi Delta, Vice 
President; Young Men*s Christian Association, Cabinet Mem- 
ber; East Carolina Playhouse, "Why I Am A Bachelor," 
"Philadelphia Story." 



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SMITH. JAYNE LNDERWOOD Wilmington 

Science, B.S. 
Stetson University; Wilmington Junior College; Alpha Xi Delta; 
Homecoming Sponsor; Science Club. 

SMITH. JUDITH FAYE Rocky Mount 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Chi Omega, Vice President; Student National Education As- 
sociation. 

SMITH. JULIA ANTHONY Greenville 

Primary Education, Spanish, B.S. 
Sigma Pi Alpha; Angel Flight; Student National Education 
Association. 



SMITH. LINDA LOU 


Wilson 


Grammar Education, B.S. 




Women's Chorus; Student National Education Association; 


Association for Childhood Education; Futui 


re Teachers of 


America. 




SMITH. RICHARD ALLEN 


Kelly 


Industrial Arts, B.S. 




Industrial Arts Club. 




SMITH. SANDRA ELLEN 


Goldsboro 


Grammar Education, B.S. 




Student National Education Association; Intra 


mural Sports. 


SMITHWICk. BECKI ANNE 


Windsor 


Business, B.S. 




Student National Education Association; Future 


Business Lead- 


ers of America. 





SNELL. IRIS ELLEN Columbia 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Young Women's Christian Association; Baptist Student Union; 
College Union Board; Student National Education Association. 

SOUTH. GEORGE FRANKLIN Portsmouth, Virginia 

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. 
Gamma Theta Upsilon; Phi Epsilon Kappa; North Carolina As- 
sociation of Health and Physical Education. 



Emporia, Virginia 



Chester. Maryland 



SOUTHALL. JAMES HOLMAN 

Business, A.B. 
Theta Chi. 



SPARKS. MERVYN CARLTON 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America 

SPECKMAN, ELEANOR MARY Charl 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; BUCCANEER; College Union Board; Rags- 
dale Treasurer; Panhellenic Council; Homecoming Queen; 
Marshal. 



PENCER, ROMULUS SANDERSON, JR. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 



PIVEY, JIMMY WARD Tabor City 

Social Studies, B.S. 



rAINBAC, SANDRA EUGENIA Henderson 

French and English, B.S. 



rANCIL, GEORGE WILEY Greenville 

Science and Social Studies, B.S. 



rANLEY, MARTHA LEE Wilmington 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; WWWS Radio; Young Democrats Club. 



rANLEY, NANCY ANN CI; 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Woman's Cho 
Baptist Student Union; Campbell College. 




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LANTON, ANNA GAIL 

Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Bapti 
Student National Education Association. 



1ANTON, RODDY Cassatt, South Carolina 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. 



LARLING, EVELYN MAUNEY 

Spanish and English, B.S., A.B. 


Shelby 


LARLING, H. FRANK 

Business, A.B. 


Greensboro 


EATON, BARBARA SAULTER 

Primary Education, B.S. 


New Bern 


EATON, JOHN MOORE 


Beaufort 



Psychology, A.B. 
Psychology Club, President; Young Democrats Club; Canter- 
bury Club. 

rEEN, G. MARVIN Dagsboro 

Business, B.S. 
Theta Chi; Future Business Leaders of America; Young Demo- 
crats Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; Wes- 
ley Foundation. 

EEINBECK, H. FRANKLIN, JR. Greenville 

Science and Physics, A.B. 

College Choir; Science Club; Alpha Phi Omega, Corresponding 



LEINBERG, MARTIN PHILIP Wallingford, Pennsylvania 
Business, A.B. 
Hebrew Youth Fellowship; Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 

PEPHENS. MARY HELEN Willow Springs 

| Primary Education, B.S. 

Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association; 
Peace College. 

rEVENS, RICHARD SADLER Whiteville 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Football; Track; Physical Education Majors Club. 

rEVENSON, THOMAS CAMPBELL, JR. Henderson 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America, President; Pi Omega Pi;. 
Louisburg College. 





STEWART. ROBERT EARLE 

Grammar Education, 



New Bern 



STOKES. PAUL RANDALL Grifton 

Business, A.B. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Delta Sigma Pi, Sergeant at Arms; Men's 
Glee Club. 



STONE. EDGAR W.. JR. 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. 



STONE. WANDA SUE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Student Nation 
tion Association. 

STOUT, JAMES HAROLD 

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. 
Sigma Nu; Physical Education Majors Club. 



Salisbury 

Greensboro 
al Educa- 

Haw River 
Belmont 



STOWE. SHEILA DIANE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sacred Heart Junior College; Student National Education As- 
sociation. 

STRAWBRIDGE. JAMES MURRY Williamston 

I'hy-ical Education and Social Studies, B.S, 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Majors Club; Football. 

STREET. LINDA SUE Rockv Mount 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, President; Panhellenic Council; Fleming 
Hall President; Student Government Association, Sophomore 
Senator. 



New Bern 



STREET, WILLIAM ELLIOTT 

Business, A.B. 
Society for Advancement of Management. 

STROTHER, H. LAMAR Wrightsville Beach 

Business, A.B. 
Presbyterian Junior College; Future Business Leaders of 
America; Westminster Fellowship; Psychology Club. 



STURTEVANT. ROGER INMAN 

Business, A.B. 
Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian ; Future Business Leaders 
America. 



Rocky Mount 



SULLIVAN. BRENDA FAYE 

Primary Education, B.S. 

Association for Childhood Education; Student National Educa 
tion Association. 



Pikeville 



Se*uo>i4, 



Raleigh 



SUMMERS, MERLE THOMAS 

Business, B.S. 

Student Government Association, Vice President, Special Events Commit- 
tee, Executive Council, Publications Board, National Student Association 
Congress Delegate, State Student Legislature, Ring Committee Chairman; 
Circle K Club; Board of Directors, Freshman Orientation Counselor; BUC- 
CANEER; East CAROLINIAN; Future Business Leaders of America, Vice 
President; Dean's Advisory Council; Kappa Alpha Order, Treasurer; SCA 
Outstanding Service Award; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERI- 
CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

SUMRELL, REBECCA KATHLEEN Lawrenceville, Virginia 
rTimary Education, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Siudent National Education Association; 
Association for Childhood Education. 
SUTTON, BRENDA k. Fountain 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Alpha Omicron Pi; Student National Education Association; 
Women's Recreation Association; BUCCANEER; Young Demo- 
crats Club. 

SUTTON, DOUGLAS H. 

Science and Social Studies. A.B 
Swimming; Air Force Reserve Officers Trail 
Training Club; Science Club. 

SUTTON. "MARGARET FRANCES 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Women's Recreation Association; Student National Educa- 
tion Association. 

SUTTON, WILLIAM LEROY 

Business and Social Studies, B.S. 
Delta Sigma Pi, Vice President; Future Business Leaders of 
4 America; Pi Omega Pi. 



Mount Olive 
B.S. 
ng Corps; Weight 

Calypso 



Elizabeth City 




IWART, EDITH CAROL 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 

UTTON, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, JR. 
Business, B.S. 

Chowan College. 



AMURA, MAGGIE 



Art, A.B. 
Art Club; Delta Phi Delt, 



Wilmington 



Cherry Point 



Rocky Mount 



Rich Square 



ANNER. BLARNIE THOMAS. JR. 

Social Studies and Geography, A.B. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, President, Delegate to Pi Kappa 
Alpha National Convention and Leadership School; Inter- Fra- 
ternity Council, President; Dean's Advisory Council; Freshman 
Orientation Counselor; Tennis Team, Captain; North State 
Conference Doubles Tennis Champion; Carolinas Conference 
Doubles Tennis Champion, Singles Champion; Intramural 
Sports. 

ANNER, LINDA KATHERINE 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Women's Recreation 
Association; Dormitory Secretary. 

ERRELL, MICHAEL CHESTER Merane 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Louisburg College. 

AYLOR. C. NEWASSA Oxford 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association, Secretary; Associa- 
tion for Childhood Education; Women's Recreation Associa- 
tion; Baptist Student Union; Library Club. 

AYLOR, JANICE SMITH Lucama 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Angel Flight; Student Government Association, Senate; Garrett 
Hall President; Association for Childhood Education; Student 
National Education Association. 

AYLOR, JERRY WEST Kinston 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, Sergeant At Arms; Physical Education 
Majors Club. 



AYLOR, JUNE HARPER 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 

\YLOR, MARJORIE LOU 

Grammar Education, B.S. 



Kinston 
Como 
Fayetteville 



\YLOR, MARY LOUISE 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Pfeiffer College; Chapel Choir; Student National Education 
Association; Association for Childhood Education. 




Setu&Ki 




TAYLOR, SAMUEL BILLY 

Business, B.S 
Chowan College 



TEW, MILTON RAYE 

Mathematics and Physics, A.l 
Mathematics Club. 



THOMAS, JUDITH CARLENE 

Business and English, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America. 



Spring Hope 



Tarboro 



Beulaville 



Williamston 



THOMAS. M. JANE GURGANUS 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; 
Alpha Omicron Pi, President. 

THOMPSON, HARRY BERNELL, JR. Pleasant Garden 

Mathematics and Physics, A.B. 



THOMPSON, JENNY LYNN 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



Greenville 
225 



THOMPSON. MYRA ELLEN Princeton 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; English Club; Wom- 
en's Recreation Association; Chapel Choir; Women's Chorus. 

THOMPSON, SANDRA LEE Greenville 

Mathematics and Science, B.S. 
Mathematics Club; Science Club; Chi Beta Phi; Angel Flight; 
Newman Club; Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary, 
Treasurer. 



THOMPSON. THOMAS JEFFREY 

Physical Education and Science, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club. 



Smithfield 



THORNTON. LINDA LEE Aho: 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



TILLEY. ADOLPHLS LINWOOD. Ill 

Social Studies, A.B 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Rocky Mount 



TOLER, PAMELA JEAN Washing 

Elementary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Democrats Club. 




Se*uo>i& 



TRENT, FRANK W. Cameron 

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. 

TRENT, JANE BLUE Greenville 

Physical Education and Geography, B.S. 
Woman's College; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Panhellenic Council; 
Women's Recreation Association; Intramural Sports. 



TROUTMAN. WILLIAM ALFRED 

Business, A. 



Williamsburg, Virginia 



TROWER. WILLIAM WALLACE Great Falls, Virginia 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, Arnold Air Society, 
Flight Instruction Program, Distinguished Cadet, Drill Team. 

TRUESDALE, J. SUSANNE Alexandria, Virginia 

English and Spanish, B.S. 
East Carolina Pla\ house. Corresponding Secretary; WWWS-AM 
Campus Radio; WWWS-TV; TV Guild. 



TUCKER, DAVID LESTER G 

Business, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega, President. 

TUNNELL, LOIS MARIE G 

English, French, B.S., A.B. 
Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma Pi Alpha; Canterbury Club. 



ille 



Lewes, Delaware 



Fremont 



TURNER, NANCY ELAINE 

Primary- Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Associa 

TYNDALL, EDITH JEAN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Free Will Baptist Fellowship. 



UNDERWOOD. JUDITH EVELYN Varina 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Tau Sigma, Treasurer; Sigma Tau Delta; Young Democrats 
Club; Baptist Student Union. 

VAUGHAN. BRENDA GEANES Raleigh 

Home Economics. B.S. 

Kappa Delta: Home Economics Club. Historian; Women's 

Chorus; BUCCANEER; Intramural Sports; THE KEY, Copy 



VAUGHAN. CHARLES LEIGH Portsmouth, Virginia 

Physical Education and Mathematics, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Physical Education Majors Club; Football 
Team; Track Team. 

226 





VAUGHAN, NANCY CAROLYN Wake Forest 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
BUCCANEER; Angel Flight; Student National Education As- 
sociation. 



VINCENT, JAMES NOAH 

Indus 
Indus! 



Greenville 



I Arts. B.S. 
Arts Club. 



VINSON, HELEN ELIZABETH ELKS Pike 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Home Economics Club; Free Will Baptist Fellowship; Young 
Women's Christian Association; EAST CAROLINIAN; Future 
Teachers of America; Campbell College. 



VOGEL, WILLIAM CHARLES 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Weight Training Club; Industrial Arts Club. 



New 



WADE. NANCY LEE 



Biology, B.S. 
Meredith College. 



WALL, BRENDA JOYCE Winterville 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta; Mathematics Club, Secretary, Treasurer; 
Chi Beta Phi. 



Sc6o<d& o£ /4nt <z*td THutic /tttatned. 




WALL. STEPHEN GARLAND 



business, A.l 
Sigma Nu. 



Clayton 






WALLACE, SYLVIA ANN Bath 

Mathematics and Social Studies, B.S. 
Young Democrats Club, Vice President, Secretary; Mathe- 
matics Club, President, Vice President; Chi Beta Phi; Fresh- 
man Counselor; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 

WALLACE. THOMAS LANIER Wilmington 

Business, B.S. 
Circle K Club; TV Guild; WWWS-FM Radio; WWWS-AM 
Radio; WWWS-TV. 

WARD, JAMES KIRBY Rocky Mount 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WARD, LEROY Nakina 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports. 

WARD, PAULETTE JEAN Durham 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Chi Omega; Marshal; BUCCANEER; Homecoming Committee; 
EAST CAROLINIAN. 



WARNER, RALPH EDWARD 
WARREN, JACK 



A.B. 



Leaksville 
Washington 
Merrick, New York 



WASHER, ROBERT JAMES 

Grammar Education, B.S 
Campbell College; Theta Chi, Chaplain; College Union Student 
Board, Vice President, Bowling League, Delegate to Regional 
Conference of College Unions; Jones Hall President; Dean's 
Advisory Council; Men's Judiciary, Chairman; Student National 
Education Association; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 




Pinetown 



h 



WATERS, JESSE BURL 

Mathematics and Physics, A. P. 
Mathematics Club; Science Club; Phi Sigma Pi, Correspond 
ing Secretary. 

WATERS, SANDRA FAYE 

Business and English, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi: Sigma Tau Delta, Vice President; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America. 



Washington 



WATERS, WILEY MOYE, JR. 

Mathematics and Physical Education, B.S. 
Mathematics Club, Vice President, President. 



Winterville 
227 



WATSON. BRETT THOMAS Darlington Heights, Virginia 
Music. B.S. 
Theta Chi, Librarian; Music Educators National Conference, 
President; Marching Band; Symphonic Band, Treasurer; Col- 
lege Choir, Vice President; Circle K Club; Opera Theater; 
USO Tour. 

WATSON. MILLARD RAY Goldsboro 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 

Alpha Phi Omega. Secretary; Mathematics Club; College Union 

Committee; WWWS Radio, Publicity Chairman; Intramural 

Sports. 

WATSON, SAM LEROY. JR. Goldsboro 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega; Mathematics Club; Future Business Lead- 
ers of America; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
College Union Committee; Intramural Sports. 



WATSON, WINSTEAD EARL 

Physical Education and Social Studies, B.S. 
Physical Education Majors Club; Intramural Sports 



Kenly 



vVAUGHTEL. CHARLES EDWARD Red Lion, Pennsylvania 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 



WEATHERLY. LARRY KEITH 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Varsity Band. 

WEAVER. MAURICE ALLEN 

Business, A.B. 
Varsity Band; Men's Glee Club. 



Hamlet 



Fuquay-Varina 



WEBB. HAROLD ALDEN 



Colora, Maryland 



WEBER, ANN KINGMAN New York, New York 

Psychology and Biology, A.B. 

WEBSTER, KENNETH IRVIN Shannon 

Industrial Arts. B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club; Air Force Reserve Officers Training 
Corps, Arnold Air Society; Alpha Phi Omega. 



WEEKS. CLARENCE JOHNSON. JR. 
Business, B.S. 
Future Business Leaders of America; Delta Sigma Pi 



Whitakers 



WELCH. SYLVESTER BLRDITT 

Social Studies, B.S. 
Circle K Club; Track Team; Intramural Sports. 



Arlington, Virgini 








WESTBROOK. MARY ELLA Camp Lejeune 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 

WESCOTT, JANET LANE Manteo 

Business, A.B. 
Greensboro College; Delta Zeta, Historian; Homecoming Spon- 
sor, Garrett Dorm, Delta Zeta; Bacchus Queen Candidate; Gar- 
rett House Committee. 

WEST. GERALD VANCE Greenville 

industrial Arts, B.S. 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps; Arnold Air So- 
ciety, Commander; Industrial Arts Club; Flight Instructional 
Program; Intramurals Sports; Inter-Dormitory Council, Court, 
Representative. 

WEST, MATILDA TART Roseboro 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Freshman Counselor; Woman's Recreation Association; Dormi- 
tory House Committee; Jarvis Hall Vice President; National 
Education Association; Student Government Association; Wom- 
an's Chorus. 

WHEATLEY. JAMES ROLAND. JR. Beaufort 

Biology, A.B., B.S. 
Chi Beta Phi, Treasurer, President; National Chi Beta Phi, 
Second Vice President; Phi Sigma Pi; Science Club; Student 
Christian Association; Methodist Student Center; Collegiate 
Academy of North Carolina Academy of Science, State Vice 
President. 

WHELESS, LOUIS ALFRED, JR. Greenville 

Accounting, A.B. 



HITE. JIMMIE RALPH Hertford 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Wingate Junior College; Young Democrats Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

HITE, SARA LOU Windsor 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Chi Omega, Treasurer; Fleming Hall Officer; National Educa- 
tion Association; Young Democrats Club. 



HITEHURST, SHELTON D. 

Industrial Arts, B.S. 
Industrial Arts Club. 



Stokes 



HITEHURST, SHIRLEY BROWN Stokes 

Business Education, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Co-Historian; Future Business Leaders of America; 
Woman's Chorus. 



HITEHURST, WILLARD T., JR. 

Science, A.I 



HITELEY, ROBERT MILNER 

Social Studies and Psychology, B.S. 
Psychology Club; Inramural Sports; Newman Club. 



Bethel 



Jacksonville 




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WHITFIELD. DAVID LEE Kinston 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

WHITLOW. MARTHA LEIGH Lexington 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
National Education Association. 

WIGGS, ARITTA KAY Selma 

Music, B.S. 
Sigma _Alpha Iota, First Vice President; College Choir, Secre- 
Marching Pirates; Music Educators Na- 



tary; East Carolii 

tional Conference; Chapel Choir; 

Government Association Musical. 



Organ 



Guild; Student 

Morganton 



WILLETTS. DORIS ANN 

Home Economics, B.S. 
Phi Omicron; Alpha Omicron Pi; Home Economics Club. 

WILLIAMS, CHARLES OWEN Newton Grove 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 
Theta Chi, President; Male Senior Student Government As- 
sociation Senator; Inter-Fraternity Representative; Young Demo- 
crats Club. 

WILLIAMS, HELDA ELIZABETH Tarboro 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; Association of Childhood Education; Young 
Democrats Club. 

WILLIAMS, HOWARD GLENN Rocky Mount 

Business, A.B. 
Phi Sigma Pi, President, Corresponding Secretary, Bi-annual 
Convention; Society Advancement of Management; Freshman 
Orientation Counselor; Dean's Advisory Council; WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES. 

WILLIAMS. LAWRENCE WADE Wilmington 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Wilmington College; Campus Radio; Campus Television Staff; 
Television Guild; Baptist Student Union; Student Government 
Association Representative. 

WILLIAMS, MARION KAYE Hillsboro 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Young Democrats 
Club; Student Counselor. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM HARVEY Robersonville 

Business, B.S. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charter Member, Vice President, Treas- 
urer; Identification Card Committee; Budget Committee. 

WILLIS, GLENDA LEE Stacy 

English and Social Studies, B.S. 
Student National Education Association. 

WILLOUGHBY. SANDRA MARY ETTA Wilmington 

Music, B.S. 
Woman's Chorus; College Choir; College Union Talent Show 
Winner. 

229 



WILKINSON, CHARLES WATKINS, JR. 

Social Studies and Public Service, B.S. 



Oxford 



Nashville 



WINSTEAD, BETSY CAROL 

Science, French, A.B., B.S. 
Sigma Phi Alpha, Secretary; Student Government Association, 
I.D. Card Chairman; Homecoming Queen Sponsor for Phi Sigma 
Pi; Valentine Queen. 

WINSTEAD, JACKIE MARIE Franklinton 

Grammar Education, B.S. 
Student National Education Association; Association for Child- 
hood Education. 



WRIGHT. NANCY MARTHA Henderson 

Social Studies and Physical Education, B.S. 
Alpha Phi, Activities Chairman; Women's Recreation Associa- 
tion, Reporter. 



WOOD. EFFIE RUSSELL 

Grammar Edi 



WOODBURY. EDGAR MAX 

Social Studies and Government, B.S. 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter Fraternity Council, Social Committee. 



Cove City 
Wilmington 



WOODSON. JEAN PAGE Albany. Georgia 

Business, B.S. 
Wesley Foundation Council; Secretary; Future Business Leaders 
of America; Wilson Dorm Secretary; House Committee at Gar- 
rett Dorm. 



Washington 
Oak City 



WOOLARD. MOYE WAYNE 

Business, A.B. 

WORSLEY. SAMUEL M. 

Business, A.B. 
Alpha Phi Omega. 



WORTHINGTON. IRMA SUE Winterville 

Mathematics and Physics, B.S. 
Alpha Xi Delta, Rush Chairman: Math Club, Social Chair- 
man; College Marshal. 

WORTHINGTON. MARY ANN Winterville 

Science, A.B. 
Chi Beta Phi, Secretary.: Science Club; Sigma Pi Alpha. 

WYATT. CLAUDE WAYNE Portsmouth, Virginia 

Mathematics and Science, A.B. 
Circle K Club. Treasurer; Vice President Senior Class; Math 
Club; Varsity Baseball: Varsity Basketball; Student Associa- 



WYNNE. VERNTCE JANE Stokes 

Primary Education, B.S. 
Association for Childhood Education; Young Democrats Club; 
Student National Education Association. 

YEOMANS. DANIEL WILLIS Harkers Island 

Psychology and English, A.B. 
Psychology Club; English Club; Young Republicans Club. 




YOUNG. DANIEL WRIGHT 

Business, A.B. 



Youngsville 
Greensboro 



Wilmington, Delaware 



ZACHARY. JOAN CARROLL 

Social Studies and English, B.S. 
Kappa Delta; Student National Education Association 

ZEBLEY. ROBERT STANLEY 

Psychology. A.i>. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Psychology Club; Air Force Reserve Of- 
ficers Training Corps. 

ZUC \L. CHARLES R. Vineland. New Jersey 

Business, B.S. 
Pi Omega Pi, Social Committee; Future Business Leaders of 
America: Weight Lifting Club. 

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Mount Olive 


ADAMS, VIVIAN 


Wilmington, Del. 


ADCOCK, EDNA ROSE 


Oxford 


ADCOX, VIRGINIA CLYDE 


Fayettevilk 


ADKINS, MARGARET ANN 


Rocky Mounl 


ABERTSON, LINDA CAROLE 


Beulaville 


ALDRIDGE, CAROL ELAINE 


Harrisburj 


ALFORD, JAMES BASS 


Wilsor 


ALLEN, WARREN KAYE 


Pantegt 


ALLISON, JAMES RICHARD 


Reidsvilli 


AMAN, GENE THOMAS 


Jacksonvilli 


ANDERSON, JOHNNY YOUNG 


Marioi 


ANDERSON, WILEY ROADRICK 


Fountain 


ANDREWS. LINDA JO 


Clinton 


ANGE, ELTON RUSSELL, JR. 


Kinstor 


ANNIS, DOROTHY W. 


Washington 


ARMSTRONG, LINDA GAIL 


Portsmouth, Va 


ASHLEY, NADEAN LEE 


Timberlakc 


ATKINSON, LOIS 


Cove Cit) 


AUTREY, LOIS ANN 


Burnsvilli 


AVERETTE, BARNIE WENDELL 


Roxbon 


AVERETTE, LARRY MICHAEL 


Greenvillc 


BACON, LEE H. 


Salem, N. J 


BAILEY, BETTIE JO 


Wilsoi 


BAILEY, OTIS TALMADGE 


Grahan 


BAILEY, SANFORD WALTER 


Wake Fores 


BAILEY, SHAARON, ANN 


Greenvilli 


BAILEY, SHELLIE DEW 


Wilsoi 


BAKER, MARY ANNE 


Fayettevill 


BAKER, RITA WILSON 


Gate 



BARCLAY. NORMAN DAVID East Point, Ga. 

BARCO, BARBARA GAYE Grandy 

BARNES, CAROLYN SUE Chadboum 

BARNES. KENNETH TOSTOE Jacksonville 

BARNHILL, DONNYE VIVIAN Battleboro 

BATEMAN, ROBERT MIDGETTE Ayden 



BATEMAN. WASHINGTON ERBIN, HI Belhaven 

BATTEN. REBA LOUISE Selma 

BECK, CAROLYN VIRGINIA Zebulon 

BELL. CLARA BENNETTE Rocky Mount 

BENMOUYAL, PIERRE Casablanca, Morocco 

BENNETT. BRYAN L. Bayside. Va. 



BENNETT. ELIZABETH ANN Ayden 

BENSON, JAMES LYNN Charlotte 

BENSON. JIMMY CARLTON Clayton 

BIGGS, JUDY LOUISE Rocky Mount 

BIGGS, RITTIE JEAN Wil'liamston 

BLACKWELDER, CHARLES RICHARD Hillsboro 



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BLACKWELL, E. NORMAN 

I'.l \\( H\RI>. CHARLES WATSON 

BLA.NTON. JAMES CORDELL 

BLIZZARD. JOYCE ANN 

BLYTHE, MARGARET ELIZABETH 

BOBBITT, JOAN FRANCES 

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Draper 

Suffolk, Va. 

Kings Mountain 

Beulaville 

Seaboard 

Rocky Mount 




)NNER, MICAJAH MIXON 


Greenville 


)TTORF, RAYMOND HALL 


New Bern 


)WERS. DAN LEWIS 


Norlina 


)YD, CAROLYN CAMPBELL 


Greensboro 


)YD, JACKY DALE 


Arapahoe 


)YD, PATRICIA ANN 


Winston Salem 


)YD, PEGGY S. 


Washington 


)YETTE, LYNETTE 


Clinton 


tADLEY, DAVID JESSE 


Hobgood 


tADLEY, SANDRA WRAY 


Tarboro 


IANDON, ELIZABETH R. 


Wilson 


IANNON; ELIZABETH KAY 


Sanford 


[ASWELL, BILLY EDMUND 


Pine Level 


[ASWELL, DOUGLAS GLENN 


Greenville 


[AXTON, JULIA CAROLYN 


Oak City 


[EWER, DONALD LEE 


Star 


[EWER, HILDA MARIE 


Clinton 


[EWER, LINDA ELAINE 


Siler City 


ULEY, WILLIAM CALVIN 


Greenville 


1INKLEY, WILLIAM EARL, JR. 


Greenville 


[ITT, HENRY VANN 


Clinton 


[OOKS, Carolyn E. 


Oxford 


[OOME, DONNA MARIE 


Tarboro 


[OWDER, HIGH EVERETTE 


Weldon 


[OWN, BENJAMIN GOODWIN 


Tarboro 


[OWN, CHARLES MARLEY, JR. 


Ingleside, Md. 


[OWN, CLAUDIA CARROLL 


Marshallberg 


[OWN, DWIGHT DELMONT 


Asheboro 


[OWN, ELIZABETH FAYE 


Wilsons Mills 


[OWN, JOSEPH PARKS 


Wade 


*OWN, JOYCE ERLEAN 


Mooresville 


IOWN, LARRY KEMSTER 


Wilmington 


*OWN, MARY VIRGINIA 


Enfield 


*OWN, WILLIAM ASHBY, JR. 


Greenville 


JLLARD, JACKIE FAYE 


Chadbourn 


JLLOCK, GEORGE M. 


Fuquay Springs 


JLLOCK, JACQUELINE OLIVIA 


Goldsboro 


JLLOCK, MARVIN FRANKLIN 


Reidsville 


JNDY, OLA MAE 


Elizabeth City 


UNTING, POLLY LINDA 


Williamston 


JRGESS, E. KAYE 


Hickory, Va. 


URKETTE, DAVID AARON 


Ahoskie 






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BURTON, WILLIAM GEORGE 
BUSHBY, LYNDA JEAN 
CAIL, RALPH WALDO, JR. 
CAIN, DONNA KAY 
CAIN, ELLEN MARIE 



CAIN, LINDA HARRIET 
CAMPBELL, MARY ANN 
CANIPE, BRENDA JAYNE 
CANIPE, PEGGIE JEWELL 
CANNADY, DIANA GAY 
CANNADY, SYLVIA DELORES 



CANNON. WILLIAM E. 
CARAWAN, BETTY ANNE 
CAROON, NATHAN ALTON 
CARROLL, ELIZABETH 
CASEY, BENJAMIN HORACE, JR. 
CASEY, PEGGY MARIE 



CASH, BETTE LOU 
CASH, PEGGY MORRIS 
CASSICK, CAROL ALLEN 
CASTELLOE, MARY CAROLINE 
CATES, EDITH ANNE 
CAUDILL, SUE CAROL 



CAYTON, ELIZABETH OLIVER 
CHALK, DENISE RHYNE 
CHARLES, JANE THURSTON 
CHESHIRE, WILLIAM EDWARD, JR. 
CHESTNUTT, SYLVIA IRENE 
CHIARENZA, ANTONY AMERICO 



CHRISMAN, GARY BLAINE 
CLARK, MYRA GAYLENE 
CLARK, RUTH COTTON 
CLARK, THURMAN LEE 
CLIFTON, SUSAN ROYALL 
COBB, SANDRA LORRAINE 



COCHRANE, ALICE JUANITA 
COMBS, LEANNE 
COMER, JULIA E. 
COMI'TON, NANCY GAYLE 
CONDER, ANNE RUSSELL 
CONCLETON, KENNETH RAY 



Arlington, Va. 

Hampton, Va. 

Southern Pines 

Ludiwici, Ga. 

Greenville 

Roseboro 





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COPPLE, RICHARD LEE 
COX, BEVERLY BARRETT, III 
COX, CAROL ROSE 
COX, RONNIE HURST 
COX, STANLEY WILSON 
COX, THOMAS EARLE 



COX, VIVIAN ANNE 
CRAWLEY, GLORIA JANE 
CRAWLEY, RONALD M. 
CRISP, WILLIAM F., JR. 
CROCKER, J. THOMAS 
CROCKER, SYLVIA ANN 



CROSS, JAMES LAWRENCE 
CROUSE, LINDA CAROL 
CROWELL, JAMES KENNETH, JR. 
CULBRETH, THOMAS CLARENCE 
CULLIPHER, LOUIS ARNOLD 
CUMMINS, ROMA LEE 



CUNNIFF, WILLIAM HAROLD 
CUNNINGHAM, SUZANNE M. 
DAIL, EVA SANDRA 
DANIEL, BETTY BROOKS 
DANIEL, RUTH CARL 
DANIELS, EDWARD FERRELL 



DANIELS, WILLIAM EARL 
DARDEN, THOMAS SIDNEY 
DAVENPORT, JANE PAGE 
DAVES, PATRICIA ANN 
DAVIS, CHARLES MICHAEL 
DAVIS, EDGAR QUINTEN 



i i .]jtfuttpjim>i i uiinn 



Greenwood, Del. 

Newport News, Va. 

North Wilkesboro 

Winterville 

Sanford 

Arlington, Va. 



New Bern 

Ayden 

Littleton 

Ahoskie 

Hampton, Va. 

Henderson 



Hubert 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Plymouth 

Colerain 

Mooresville 



Fall River, Mass. 

Plymouth 

Smithfield 

Roxboro 

Henderson 

Williamston 



Dudley 

Faison 

Washington 

Marion 

Seven Springs 

Hamilton 



AVIS, JANICE FAYE 
AVIS, JEAN SWINDELL 
AVIS, LILLIAN FRANCES 
AVIS, LINDA KAYE 
AVIS, MARGARET ROSE 
AVIS, PEGGY LEVERNE 



EAN W L 

EBERRY, VICTOR ANN 
EBRUHL, CAROLYN FAYE 
'EANING, JUDY FAYE 
■ENTON, BOBBY LEE 
ERCOLE, PATRICIA ANN 



Rocky Mount 

Wake Forest 

Delray Beach, Fla. 

Fayetteville 

Louisburg 



Sanford 

Roanoke Rapids 

Kinston 

Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount 

Clifton Heights, Pa. 



ICKENS, DONALD CLEVELAND 
ICKENS, DONNA YVONNE 
ILDAY, JAMES EARL 
IXON, ANNIE LAURA 
IXON, JACKIE BENNETT 
OE, THOMAS B., Ill 



IOWD, CAROLYN ANN 
IOWDY, BYBE HOLLOWELL 
•RAPER, JOHN ROBERT 
)UKE, JOSEPH BENJAMIN 
)UNN, EDWARD KENT, JR. 
IUPREE, VIRGINIA CHARLOTTE 



Enfield 
Fuquay Springs 

Ahoskie 
Oxford 
Clinton 

Fletcher 



Bear Creek 

Nashville 

Suffolk, Va. 

Washington 

Rocky Mount 

Goldsboro 










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Moments of hilarious laughter were always present 
of "Guys and Dolls." 



the musical production 



Id* ********* 



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EATMON, VELMA RUTH 
EDGERTON, LOIS LEE 
EDWARDS, JAMES PRESTON 
EDWARDS, JAMES ROGER 
EDWARDS, ROBERT 0. 
EFLAND, LINDA KATHLEEN 



EHRMANN, ROBERT JOSEPH 
ELDER, SYLVIA DIANNE 
ELLEN, THOMAS JOEL 
ELLER, JERRY WAYNE 
ELMORE, GUY C. 
EMORY, MEL F. 



EPTON, SARAH KAY 
ESHAM, RICHARD OTIS 
EVANS, CHARLOTTE MERLE 
EVANS, PATRICIA EARLE 
EVERETT, EDITH RODGERS 
EYERMAN, WILLIAM PENN 



FARRIOR, PATRICIA KAY 
FELTS, CAROL MARGARET 
FETNER, ROBERT JACKSON; JR. 
FINCH, LUTHER RONALD 
FISH, JUDITH BARBOUR 
FISHER, GLENN JAMES, JR. 



FITZCIBBON. SANDRA LOUISE 
FLAKE, JUDITH MAE 
FLIPPIN, ARLEN WAYNE 
FLOWERS. HETTIE ESTELLE 
FLOWERS, LINDA BERTA 
FLOYD, JOHN W. 



FORBES, L. JANE 
FORBES, LYLE OTIS 
FORBES, PATTIE JEANETTE 
FORBIS, ANNIE LEE 
FOREHAND, BILLIE FAYE 
FOSTER, DUDLEY DAVIS 



FOUSHEE, ISABELL LEWIS 
FRANCIS, SONJA KAY 
FRAZIER, JAMES RANSON, JR. 
FRAZIER, STEVE EUGENE 
FRAZZELLE, CLARENCE WARWICK 
FRIEDKIN, JUDITH C. 



FULFORD, JERRY PAYNE 
FUSSELL, DAVID GEDDIE 
FUTCH, ELLEN CARYL 
GADDY, JUNIOU WESLEY, JR. 
GALLOWAY, FRANKIE JEROME 
GALLOWAY, JAMES NELSON 



\RNER, NANCY ELIZABETH 
\RRETT, ROBERT EDWARD 
U*RIS, CHERRY ARBOR 
\RRISS, MARCUS ALTON 
HITMAN, LAURA URGUHART 
^SKILL, LINDA CATHERINE 


Roanoke Rapids 

Norfolk, Va. 

Williamston 

Weldon 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Elizabeth City 


VSK1NS, NANCY FAYE 
CDDY, HENRY MEREDITH 
SNTRY, HERMAN AUGUSTUS, JR 
LTELSON, ELAINE LESLIE 
LENN, MARY LEE 
.OSSON, LORETTA JANE 


Greenville 

Newport News, Va. 

Roxhoro 

Durham 

Hertford 

Burlington 


LOVER, DOROTHY LYNN 
3DBOLD. MARILN BOYD, JR. 
3DWIN, WILLIAM LAWRENCE 
DDWIN, WILLIAM MARTIN 
RADY, SHELBA JEAN 
RANT, GERALD LEE III 


Wilson 

Bennettsville, S.C. 

Clayton 

Raleigh 

Deep Run 

Goldsboro 



REENHILL, SUSAN ABBOTT 
JEENWELL, ANNE BATCHELOR 
RIFFIN, BONNIE ELIZABETH 
RIFFIN, MINNIE VIRGINIA 
RIGGS, CARL THOMAS 
ROET, DOROTHY ANNE 



ROVE, RONNIE HUNTER 
UPTON, EVELYN MAE 
UPTON, JO ANN 
UTHRIE, CHARLES EDWARD 
ALL, BONNIE JEANETTE 
ALL, CLAUDE MICHAEL 



Chocowinity 

Jacksonville 

Rocky Mount 

Williamston 

Winston Salem 

Griffon 



Scotland Neck 

Louisburg 

Louisburg 

Yanceyville 

Fayetteville 

Bassett, Va. 



VLL, JAMES EARL, JR. Norfolk, Va. 

^LL, MARTHA FAYE Berlin, Md. 

VLLER, DOMINIQUE HELENE Geneva, Switzerland 

\MILTON. VIOLET F. Harkers Island 

\NSON, LINDA SUE Athens, Ga. 

^RDEE, GLENDA ALICE Greenville 



ARDISON, ROBERT BRYAN New Bern 

ARDY, BRENDA KAYE New Bern 

^RGETT, CHARLES FRANKLIN New Bern 

ARRELL, LEE LANG Greenville 

ARRELL, LINFORD LOY King William, Va. 

ARRIS, HAYWOOD DONALD Havelock 



ARRIS, HERBERT BAXTER 
ARRIS, JEANETTE LOUISE 
4RRIS, PHILIP SOUSA, JR. 
ARRIS, YVONNE OLIVIA 
ARRISON, RAYMOND H. 
ART, CORA CAROLYN 



Elizabeth City 



Rocky Mount 

Franklinton 

Grifton 

Grifton 




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Tom Mackey prepares to make 
one of his numerous visits to 



Library cards must be obtained by every 
freshman during Orientation Week. 



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HASKETT, MARGARET PATRICK 


Wilmington 


HATLEY, GAYLE CLARKE 


Albermarle 


HAWKINS, CLEVELAND MELVIN 


Roanoke Rapids 


HAWKINS. R. MONTEL. JR. 


Ettrick, Va. 


HAWKINS, RALPH WINSTON 


Edenton 


HAYNES, LOLA 


Kinston 


HEATH, JOHN T. 


New Bern 


HEATH, LINDA KATHERINE 


Delco 


HELM, MARY CATHERINE 


Wilmington, Del. 


HELMS, MARTIN RONALD 


Charlotte 


HELMS, NATHANIEL DRURY 


Fort Mill, S.C. 


HENDERSHOTT, MARILYN LEE 


Arlington, Va. 


HENDERSON, MARY LYNN 


Durham 


HENDERSON, WILLEEN RUTLEDGE 


Gainesville, Fla. 


HENDRICKS. JACQUELINE 


Nashville 


HENSLEY, CAROLYN JO 


Marion 


HERRING, BARBARA GARRETT 


Bath 


HERRING, CHARLES DeLEON 


Newton Grove 


HICE, MILDRED HALL 


Spring Lake 


HICKS. DONNIE REBECCA 


Raleigh 


HIGGINS, JERRY LYNN 


Smithfield 


HIGH, LINDA FAY 


Rocky Mount 


HILL, BEN F. 


Kinston 


HILL, REBECCA ELAINE 


Seven Springs 


HINKLE, JOAN CAROL 


Thomasville 


HINTON, ROY DONALD, JR. 


Selma 


HOBBS, BILLIE ANNE 


Newton Grove 


HODGES. WILLIAM RICHARD 


Washington 


HOELL, BETTY JEAN 


Greenville 


HOLBERT, RICHARD MOORE 


Greenville 


HOLCOMBE, JON ALAN 


Black Mountain 


HOLDEN, NORMAN R. 


Southport 


HOLDEN, SANDRA JOY 


Supply 


HOLLAND, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 


Suffolk, Va. 


HOLLAND, CHARLES W. 


Camp Lejeune 


HOLLIDAY, PATSY JEAN 


Plymouth 


HOLLINGSWORTH, KATHERINE ANN Teachey 


HOLI.OWELL, ELSIE GRIGGS 


Point Harbor 


HOLLOWELL, WALLACE C, JR. 


Belcross 


HONEYCUTT, PEGGY JEAN 


Wilson 


HONEYCUTT, REBECCA JUNE 


Dunn 


HOOD, ROBERT MONROE 


Sanford 


HOOKS, GEORGIA GREY 


Whiteville 


HOOPER, BARBARA L. 


Greenville 


HOOVER, DORIS ANN 


Charlotte 


HORNE, EUGENE BARRON, JR. 


Kure Beach 


HORRELL, VICTOR H. 


Wilmington 


HOUSTON, THOMAS KARR 


L.I.C., N.Y. 


HOWARD, GLENDA KAY 


Hampstead 


HOWELL, BRUCE INMAN 


Garysburg 


HUDGINS, JUDY LANE 


Warrenton 


HI D.NELL. DONNA FRANCES 


Beaufort 


HUDSON, GERALDINE 


Grimesland 


HUGGINS, PATRICIA ANN 


Fort Barnwell 



HUMPHREY, JEAN KAYE 
fUNEYCUTT, RICHARD K. 
1UNSUCKER, SUE ELLEN 
[INT. PERRY EDWARD 
[INTER, SHIRLEY RUTH 
[YLE, ROY ALTON 



VCRAM. NORMA JEAN 
SAAC, JOANNA ELIZABETH 
KEY, NORMA HARDIN 
ACKSON, JOYCE LEE 
ACKSON, JUDITH ANN 
ACKSON, LEE DUNCAN 



AMES, ROBERT LOUIS 
AMES, ROSE LYNN 
AMES, SAMUEL ADAMS, JR. 
ARMAN, JAMES ASHLEY 
ARRELL, CLYDE RICKEY 
ARRELL, LINDA MARIE 



Portsmouth, Va. 

Winterville 

Roanoke Rapids 

SummerficM 

Newport News, Va. 



Swansboro 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Roanoke Rapids 

Greenville 

St. Pauls 

Willow Springs 



Arlington. Ya. 
Conway 
Raleigh 

Morehead City 




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Durham 



£A 



ENKINS, BARBARA ALICE 


Wilson 


iNKINS, FLOYD PERSON 


Snow Hill 


iNKINS, RICHARD ERNEST 


New Bern 


iRNIGAN, C. FAYDENE 


La Grange 


3HNSON, ALICE MARIE 


Taylorsville 


3HNSON, ANN B. 


Bladenhoro 








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JOHNSON. BARBARA ANN 
JOHNSON, HULDAH RUTH 
JOHNSON, JAMES HERMAN, JR. 
JOHNSON, JOHN DOUGLAS 
JOHNSON, JOSEPH DeLEON 
JOHNSON, JOY STANTON 



JOHNSON, KATHARINE ELAINE 
JOHNSON, LILLIAN MAY 
JOHNSON, LINDA LOU 
JOHNSON, MILLARD GARDNER, JR. 
JOHNSTON, JAMES MARION, JR. 
JONES, JACQUELYN MAY 



JONES, JEANETTE ANN 
JONES, ROBERT ALTON 
JONES, ROLAND 0. 
JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS 
JORDAN, EVA DORIS 
JORDAN, MARSHA LEE 



JOSEPH, WILLI AH THOMAS 
JOYNER, JOSEPH DONLEY 
JOYNER, KENNETH LEE 
KALEEL, JUDITH ADLA 
KEARNEY, MAR1LENE M. 
KEEMAN, ROBERT MAURICE 



KELLY, NEWTON JAY, JR. 
KENDALL, MARY CORE 
KENNEDY, GERALDINE 
KENNEDY. PATRICIA H. 
KENMNGTON. MARY ANNE 
XILDAY. JOHN WILLIAM 



Fuquav Springs 
Rose Hill 
Magnolia 



Washingto 
New Ben 
Chadboun 

Edento. 
Suffolk. Vi 



Rocky Mount 
Henderson 



Lew,-. Del. 

Rocky Mount 

Wilson 

Clinton 

Farmville 

Burlington 



Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Beaulaville 

Elkin 
Roxboro 

Al,-..jii,lri.i. Va. 



239 



14 



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,ET( II WORTH, LINDA RAY 
.EWIS, LARRY NORMAN 
-EWI3, SUSAN MARIE 
.EWIS, WILEY HOWARD, JR. 
TLLEY, ANTHONY EVAN 
JLLEY, FLEETWOOD BARNES 



.ITTLE, MIRIAM GRAY 
LITTLE, THELMA RUTH 
LIVESAY. ROBERT WAYNE 
LIVINGSTON, SARA BETH 
LONG, DELANO EUGENE 
LORD, CHARLES DAVID 



LOVE, JUDITH ELAINE 
LUCAS, WILLIAM SHERMAN 
LUPTON, IVY REBECCA 
McCOTTER, RALPH HOOKER, JR. 
McCOY, I. ANA KAY 
MrUJSTON, GEORGE WILL 



Mcdonald, .ianet Elizabeth 

McDON \Lli. WILLIAM E, 
McDOl GALD, BILLIE KAREN 
VIcG VI I I Mil). JEKRA CARLAND 
McGEE, THELMA ALICE 
M.-ILWKAN. \ WO MORRIS 



Newport News, Va. 

Asheboro 

Atlantic 

Beaufort 

Williamston 

Gatesville 



KILLEBREW. JAMES CLYDE 


Fountain 


KINF.EY, CHARLES RALPH 


Greenville 


KINTZ, DONALD DAILEY 


Eau Gallie, Fla. 


KIVETT, ADA JANE 


Burlington 


KIZES. HELEN ANN 


Richmond, Va. 


KNEIL, JAN ARDEN 


Goldsboro 


KNIGHT, EDGAR SPENCER 


Henderson 


KNOWLES. O'BREYTON, JR. 


Fayetteville 


KNOWLES, RUSS 


Greenville 


KORNEGAY, JUANITA CLAIRE 


Goldsboro 


LAMBERT. DENNIS KEITH 


Rockingham 


LANCASTER, LARRY LEON 


Fayetteville 


LANE, BETSY JEAN 


Fremont 


LANE, PRISCILLA TAYLOE 


Hingham, Mass. 


LANE. TROY LEE 


Washington 


LANGSTON, CAPPY JO 


Grifton 


LANIER, THOMAS FREDERICK 


Oxford 


LASSITER, JAMES FRANKLIN 


Colerain 


LASSITER, LONNTE WAYNE 


Roanoke Rapids 


LASSITER, TED ARVIN 


Edenton 


LATTA, DOUGLAS 


Goldsboro 


LAWRENCE, HENRY BOGER 


Newport News, Va. 


LAWRENCE, HORACE G. 


Beaufort 


LEARY, FRANCES PAULINE 


Belcross 


LECOUR, ROBERT EVAN 


Basking Ridge, N.J. 


LEDGETT, DOUGLAS ALLEN 


Ridgewood, N.J. 


LEE. DAVID EDWARD 


Smithfield 


LEE, MARIAN GAYLE 


Acme 


LEE, ROBERT EDWARD 


Elizabeth City 


LETCHER, CLAYTON 


Edenton 




Greenville 

Greenville 

Portsmouth, Va. 

White Oak 

Rockingham 

Matthews 



Stanfield 
Lucama 
Belhaven 
Arapahoe 
Midland 
Burlington 



Lillington 

Southern Pines 

Sanford 

Valdese 

Spring Lake 

Bayside, Va. 



240 






cKEAN. SHARON LEE 


Arlington, Va. 


cKENNEY, JANICE EMERY 


Silver Springs, Md. 


cLANB, JOHN CHARLES 


Newton Grove 


cLARTY, JULIA ARMINTA 


High Point 


cLAURIN. MARGARET LYNN 


Fayetteville 


cLAWHON. CHARLOTTE RUTH 


Winterville 


;LAWHORN, JONATHAN KERAY 


Grifton 


cNEILL. JAMES BAXTER 


Maxton 


cPHAIL, BILLIE CAROLE 


Mount Olive 


gPHERSON, DALLAS WILLIAM 


Littleton 


cROY. BARBARA JEAN 


Greenville 


cROY, BETTY CAROLYN 


Chocowinity 


ACKILL, MARGARET R. 


Roanoke Rapids 


ADDOX, EDWIN THOMAS, JR. 


Laurinburg 


AHAN. JAMES EDWARD 


Charlotte 


ALLARD, SUZANNA DAY 


Trenton 


ANGUM, KAY FRANCES 


Monroe 


ANNING, LEE ODELL. JR. 


Griffon 


ANNING, LINDA FAYE 


Williamston 


ANNING, LINDA KATHERINE 


Bailey 


ARASPIN, LYNO EVELINO 


Raritan, N. J. 


ARE, CHARLES 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


ARKUM. DONNA MARIE 


Norfolk, Va. 


ARSHALL, RICHARD BLAINE 


Louisburg 


ARSHBURN, ANNE SCOTT 


Washington 


ARTIN, KENNETH MORRIS 


Elkin 


ATTHEWS. CAREY BERYL 


Raleigh 


ATTHEWS, DONNA KAY 


Robersnmillr 


AXWELL, MALCOLM HUGH 


Greenville 


AYNARD, LLEW JEAN 


Jacksonville 


EADOW, CAROLE LEE 


Richmond, Va. 


EARES, MACIE CAROL 


Cerro Gordo 


EEKS, GARY ANDREW 


Leaksville 


ELTON, MARTHA KATHLEEN 


Hubert 


ELVIN. BILLIE FALLON 


Maysville 


[DGETT, JO ANNE 


Hatteras 


ILES, ARTHUR CLYDE, JR. 


Richmond, Va. 


ILLAR, NANCY CAROLYN 


Charlotte 


ILLER, ROBERT P., JR. 


Miami, Fla. 


ILLER, WILLIAM HENRY 


Harrisonburg, Va. 


INTON, LINDA SUE 


Burlington 


ITCHELL. EDWARD H., JR. 


New Bern 



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President Jenkins escorted 
Governor Sanford to the ros- 
trum as the political leader 
appeared here to make a 
speech on education. 



Tickets were sold for the ECC-Richmond football game 
which was held in that Virginia city. Although excessive 
interest was aroused, the trip never materialized. 




¥U4>UO>l4, 



9* 



After following explicit directions. Billy 
Crenshaw fixed the headlight to his sports 




&&££££ 




li# 







M1ZELLE. WALTER FRANKLIN 
MOBLEY. JUDITH ALLEN 
MODLIN, JUDIETH CATHRYN 
MOODY. NANCY YOUNG 
MOORE. BRAZEL THOMAS 
MOORE, DONALD EDWARD 



MOORE, DOROTHY BLAKE 
MOORE. ELIZABETH A. 
MOORE. ROBERT E. 
MORGAN. DOLORES HAYES 
MORRIS. SELBA ANN 
MORRISON. WILMA J. 



MORSE. >HIRLEY JOAN 
MOZINGO. FRANCES LYNCH 
MELCHER. PATRICIA ANN 
Ml NROE, EDNA SHAW 
MURPHREY, ROBERT T. 
MURRAY. CARLOS W.. JR. 



IN VNCE, JAMES PHILMORE 
NARRON, LINDA KAY 
NELSON, ELDON LANE 
NELSON, ROBERT A. 
NESBITT, ROBERT PHILLIP 
NEWBERN, FANNIE HUGHES 



NEWBY. ARCHIE EDMOND 
NIBBELINK, DINAH RAY 
NICHOLS. JAMES EMERY 
NICHOLS. MARGIE LOU 
NIXON. THEDA KAY 
NOBLE. LINDA FAYE 



O'BERRY. PATRICIA ANN 
ODOM. MARTHA LINDA 
ODOM. WINNIE LEE 
OLIVER, KENNETH 
LOIYER. SANDRA LUCILLE 
OSBORNE. MEREDITH DAVIS 



OVERMAN, JACK DALE 
OVERNAM, RACHEL EMMA 
OVERTON. ANN CAROLYN 
OWEN. BONNIE KAY 
OWENS. CALVIN IRVIN 
OWENS, DENISE KATRINE 



OWENS. ENNIS MILTON, JR. 
PADGETT. DEWEY LEE 
PAGE. SHEILA FAYE 
PAINTER. BRENDA GAIL 
PALAGRUTO. DOMENIC A. 
PARKER. DONNA ANNE 



Hamlet 

La Grange 

Red Springs 

Clarkton 

Washington 

Greenville 



RKER, JOHNNY BRYANT 


Conway 


RKER, MARGARET ANN 


Pendleton 


RKER, WALLACE C. 


Four Oaks 


RKS. BETTY JEAN 


Jackson 


RNELL, JO ANNE 


Kenley 


RRISH, EMMA LOU 


Newport 


.RRISH, MARY JOYCE 


Raleigh 


.RSONS, KENNETH L. 


Clinton 


iYNE. JULIA ANN 


Bassett, Va. 


lARCE, EDWIN PLUMMER 


Greensboro 


1ARSALL, JUDY ELAINE 


Warsaw 


:EDIN, WILLIAM LOUIS 


Pine Level 


RKINS, MARY JACQUELINE 


Longhurst 


RRY, MARY ANN 


Elizabeth City 


RRY, ORAN KENNETH 


Ahoskie 


TTY, SUSAN WOODING 


Greensboro 


ILLIPS, ROGER LEE 


Kenansville 


IPPS, BIDDIE 


Statesville 


IPPS, BONNIE 


Statesville 


iOTT. LOIS JEANNE 


Beaufort 


TMAN, BILLIE EDWIN 


Washington 


\STER. JUDY CAROL 


Martinsville, Va. 


LASANTS, ENNIS GENE 


Louisburg 


OLE, EDWARD EPPES 


Disputanta, Va. 


3LE, ELEANOR RUTH 


Wake Forest 


PE, CHARLOTTE FAYE 


Kenly 


WELL, DANIEL AUGUSTUS 


Winston-Salem 


WELL, GREDDIE MAYO 


Robersonville 


WELL, SARAH CATHERINE 


Wilmington 


WELL, SYLVIA MAE 


Rocky Mount 


:CE, SHIRLEY FAYE 


Selma 


[DGEN, GENE RUSSELL 


Rocky Mount 


DCTOR, BARBARA ANNE 


Pinetops 


LLEY, EMMA MARIE 


Littleton 


RSER, HAUGHTON CHUNN 


New Bern 


EEN, MARGARET JOAN 


Washington, D. C. 


BON, JAMES LEO 


Monroe 


DFORD, CONNIE ANN 


Castalia 


MSEY, PATSY ANNE 


Martinsville, Va. 


PER, CURTIS BRADLEY 


Elizabeth City 


WLS, MARTHA LAVINIA 


Williamston 


YNOR, CARMEN A. Rio 


Piedras, Puerto Rico 


-VSON, SHIRLEY ANN 


Wilson 


EL, JUDY CAROL 


Fair Bluff 


SES. BRENDA GAIL 


Rocky Mount 


HDER, JOHN BURKHARDT 


Winston-Salem 


5PESS, SARAH ARETHA 


Bath 


YNOLDS, ROBERT CLIFTON 


Newport 



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Dr. Durham instructed his Fall Quarter class in the correct procedures and 
principles of marketing. 






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RHODES, ARLENE ANNE 
RICKS, BILLY RAY 
RIDENHOUR, NANCY REBECCA 
RIYENBARK, GINNIE ROSE 
ROBERSON, BRENDA KAY 
lioBERSON. FANNIE LOIS 



ROBERSON. WILLIAM FREDERICK 
ROBERTS, NANCY ANN 
ROBERTSON, SAMUEL JAMES 
ROBINSON, BETTY JO 
ROBINSON, LYNWOOD ELLIOTT 
ROBINSON, SARAH TORRENCE 



ROGERS, JAMES ARCHIE, JR. 
ROSS, ELIZABETH 
ROSS, MONTE BARRETT 
ROUSH, JANE CAROLE 
ROWE. MARTHA ELIZABETH 
ROISTER, RALPH DOUGLAS 



RUFFIN, ANNIE SUE 
RUSH, JERRY GREENE 
RUSNAK, WALTER PHILIP, JR. 
RUSSELL. WILLIAM W. 
RUTH. KATHERINE HAYES 
SADLER, JAMES WOODLEY 



SALLE. KATHARINE BEDLOE 
SANDLING, BETTIE ROSEMARY 
SAUNDERS, THELMA MAE 
SAVAGE, CHARLES B. 
SAWYER, HENRY GILBERT 
SAWYER, WILLIAM JORDAN, III 



SCARBORO, MARY DELAINE 
SCHWENTORUS, RONALD E. 
SCOTT. DELMAR LESTER, JR. 
SCOTT. MONROE 
SERENA. JOANN FRANCES 
SESSOMS. BOBBY ALLEN 



SHEARIN, BONNIE LYNN 
SHEARIN, DAVID LINWOOD 
SHELTON, CHARLES H., II 
SHINE, NICHOLAS FARRIOR 
SHIVAR, NED 
SIMMONS, FLORIDA R. 



Johnny Waters participated 
in his own seed spitting con- 




All the Summer School "gents" enjoyed the watermelon 
cuttings. 



MPKINS, PHILIP WARREN 
MPSON, JAMIE S. 
MPSON, LENWOOD DREW 
MPSON, MORRELL B., JR. 
.AUCHTER, LINDA CAROLE 
vlITH. ALICE FAYE 



4ITH. ALTON GLENN, JR. 
rflTH, AVA GRACE 
.1ITH, CHARLES W. 
pTH, EDWARD TYSON 
»IITH, EVERETT MARIE 
>1ITH, MABLE LEA 



vlITH, REBECCA ANN 

GOTH, RUFUS RANDOLPH, JR. 

vlITH, SUE HARDY 

vlITH, WALTER WILSON, JR. 

vlITH, WILLIAM RICHARD 

iOTHERMAN, MARY AILEEN 



\YDER. SANDRE LEE 
3BOL. CHESTER T., JR. 
3RRELL. CAROLYN LUCILLE 
3UTHALL, PHYLLIS M. 
PARROW. WENDALL KEATS 
PEIGHT, JOSEPH DONALD 



Jacksonville 

Robersonville 

Chinpuapin 

Kernersville 

Oxford 

Pink Hill 



Goldsboro 

Robersonville 

Sulfolk, Va. 

Fountain 

Beulaville 

Grimesland 



Gastonia 
Maxton 
Kinston 
Goldsboro 
Windsor 
Troy 



Winston-Salem 

Black Mountain 

Raleigh 

Jetersville, Va. 

Kinston 

Greenville 



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SPENCE, WILLIAM RAYBURN 
SPENCER, JESSE WILSON 
SPIVEY, WILLIAM PRESLEY 
SPIVEY, WILLIAM PRUDEN 
STACKPOLE, DUNCAN W. 
STALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA 



STANALAND, DAVID JOSEPH 
STANLEY, BETTIE LOU 
STANSHUEY, SHIRLEY J. 
STARLING. LEO HARDEE 
STATON, BEVERLY JEAN 
STEEN, RONALD LEWIS 



STEPHENS. DONALD WAYNE 
STEPHENSON. ROBERT H. 
STEVENS, H. RAY 
STEVENSON, CARLA REESE 
STEWART, JAMES N., JR. 
STEWART, ROBEY C. 



STILL, FRANCES LEONA 
STOKES, LINDA ANNETTE 
STONE, CECIL LEE 
STORY, CONSTANCE LOUELLA 
STRICKLAND, AUDREY KAY 
STRICKLAND, CECELIA J. 



STRICKLAND, DONALD GRAHAM 
STRICKLAND, LLOYD DOUGLAS 
STUCKEY, WILLIAM JASPER 
STURDIVANT, CYNTHIA LEIGH 
STYRON, ESTON SHERRILL 
SUGG, INA MERLE 



Raleigh 

Newark, Del. 

Greenville 

Windsor 

Fayetteville 

Belvidere 



Ash 

Four Oaks 

Littleton 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Dagsboro, Del. 



Port-mouth, Va. 
Cambridge, Md. 



Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Bassett, Va. 

Newsoms, Va. 

Sims 

Pine Level 



Princeton 
Princeton 
Raleigh 
Chester, Va. 
Hobucken 
Snow Hill 



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SULLIVAN, JAMES CLAY 


Hertford 


SUMMEY, HICKS MARVIN 


Hendersonville 


SUMNER, DONNA JAN 


Beulaville 


SUMRELL, BOBBIE ANN 


Kinston 


SUTHERLAND, ARTHUR G., Ill 


Charlotte 


SUTTON, MARILYN JAYNE 


Kinston 


SUTTON, NANCY CAROL 


Maysville 


SUTTON, WILLIAM OTIS 


Greenville 


SWAIN, MARY ANNE 


Beaufort 


SWAIN, WENDELL LAMBERT 


Spring Lake 


SWINDELL, CARROLL ERIC 


Scranton 


TART, JAMES ROYCE 


Princeton 


TAYLOE, JEAN CAROLYN 


Ahoskie 


TAYLOE, PENNARITTA CHERRY 


Powellsville 


TAYLOR, BOBBYE FRANCES 


Burgaw 


TAYLOR, CHARLES RICHARD, JR. 


Kinston 


TAYLOR, DAVID BRYAN 


Kinston 


TAYLOR, DELPHIA ALDINE 


Whitakers 


TAYLOR, EDGAR SLADE 


Williamston 


TAYLOR, JERRY ARCHIE 


Corapeake 


TAYLOR. VIVIAN ELAINE 


Vanceboro 


TEACHEY, EDWIN EARL, JR. 


Rose Hill 


TEACHEY. GEORGE RALPH 


Goldsboro 


TEACHEY, JEROLD C. 


Mount Airy 


TEMPLE, LILLIAN KAY 


Havelock 


THARRINGTON, WILLIAM P. 


Bunn 


THOMAS, LAWRENCE GUNTER 


Sanford 


THOMAS, REBECCA DAWN 


Greensboro 


THOMAS, ROBERT LEON 


Wilmington 


THOMPSON, AVA SUE 


Smithfield 


THOMPSON, DONALD HULL 


Laurinburg 


THOMPSON, GLENNICE SHERRON 


Burlington 


THOMPSON. JERRY MORRIS 


Goldsboro 


THOMPSON, ROBERT FLOYD, JR. 


Greenville, S. C. 


THOMPSON, WALLACE CLARK 


Greensboro 


THOMPSON, WILLIAM ROY, JR. 


Kinston 


THOMPSON, WILLIE KAYE 


La Grange 


THORNTON, MARY ELEANOR 


Suffolk, Va. 


THURMAN, CHARLOTTE 


Laurel Hill 


TIPPETT, SHIRLEY ANN 


Oxford 


TODD, JERRY HENRY 


Sanford 


TODD, LINDA MAE 


Windsor 


TOLER, REYNOLD DUFFY 


Washington 


TOLLEY, AVERY LEONARD 


Winston-Salem 


TOMLINSON, ROGER EVERETT 


Lynchburg, S. C. 


TOUCHTON, LINDA ANNE 


Norfolk, Va. 


TOWE, JOSEPHINE DAVIS 


Hertford 


TOWNSEND, DOROTHY JEAN Penns Grove, N. J. 


TRADER, BARBARA SUE 


Benson 


TRAYLOR, HARDY B. 


Ettrick, Va. 


TREYLER. TERRELL HUDSON 


Parkton 


TRUELOVE, JANE ELIZABETH 


Apex 


TRUNELL, ALBERT G., JR. 


Southport 


TUCKER, NANCY TECORA 


Laurinburg 


TUDOR, DOLORES ANN 


Fuquay Springs 


TUGWELL, WILSON F. 


Newport News 


TURNER, CONAL NEWBERN 


Colerain 


TWIDDY, JOSEPH WILSON 


Elizabeth City 


TWYNHAM, THOMAS HERBERT 


Arlington, Va. 


TYLER, RONALD MITCHEL 


Cero Gordo 



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TYNDALL, PATRICIA ANNE 


Kinston 


TYSON, OSCAR LEMUEL. JR. 


Favelteville 


VAN NORTWICK. WILLIAM MONROE Williamson 


VANN. TERRENCE RICHARD 


Elizabeth City 
Richmond. Va. 


VASSA.N. RON \L1) HUGH 


VENTERS. WILLIAM THOMAS 


Leland 


VERNON. BRENDA FOYCE 


Currie 


VEST, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR. 


Beaufort, S. C. 


VICKERS. MARVIN WOODROW, JR. 


Norfolk. Va. 


WAFF, PATRICIA ANN 


Edenton 


WAINRIGHT. FRED ERNEST 


Ayden 


WALKER, ELMER RAY 


Rocky Mount 


WALLEN. WILLIAM BRUCE 


Stratford, N. J. 


WALSTON, JOHN LEE 


Scotland Neck 


WALSTON. RUTH ELAINE 


Farmville 


WALTERS. ALICE FAYE 


Fuquay Springs 


WALTERS. ALICE MARIE 


Greenville 


WALTERS, JERRY LYNN 


Lumherton 


WAMSLEY, JACQUELINE LOUISE 


T 


WARD, COUG DAVID 


Norfolk, Va. 


WARREN. BARBARA GREY 


Dunn 


WARREN. DuBOUTZ ENGLISH 


Mount Olive 


WARREN. WILLIAM IRVIN 


Godwin 


WARWICK. EDNA GLYNN 


Dunn 


WATSON. JERRY NEWTON 


Oxford 


WATSON, MARY ANN 


Greensboro 


WATSON, SYLVIA JEAN 


Lucama 


WATTS, DOUGLAS EUGENE 


Tabor City 


WEAVER. MYRTLE BELLE 


Raleieh 


WELOSTER, STARR ANNE Bennettsville, S. C. 



EIDENBACHER, WILLIAM J. Scotch Plains, N. J 
EISS. BONNIE ANN Roanoke Rapid. 

ELLS. NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Wath; 

EST, FRED DOYLE Rocky Mourn 

EST. LINDA JOYCE Stantonsburc 

ETHERINGTON, JOAN Clintor 




HITE, ADA ELIZABETH 


Roxbon 


HITE, CLAUDE DELTON, JR. 


Hertforc 


HITE, GEORGE LAY 




HITE, GERALD ALFRED 


New Castle, Del 


HITEMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD 




HITFORD, SAM MURRAY, JR. 


Vancebort 


HITLEY, BARRY W. 


Winston-Salem 


HITLEY. JOHN CURRIE. JR. 


Leaksville 


HITTED. LESLIE RAY 


Mount Olive 


HITTLE. SUE LEIGH 


Goldsboro 


HIXWORTH, MARSHA F. 


Norfolk, Va. 


DDIFIELD, MARTHA J. 


Rocky Mount 


IGHTMAN. GEORGE E., JR. 


Grahan 


ILEY, PATRICIA ANNE 


Durhan 


ILKINSON, ANN HATNAWAY 


Goldsbort 


ILLER, YVONNE MARION 


Goldsborc 


ILLIAMS. CATHERINE EMOGENE 


New Berr 


ILLIAMS, DANIEL THOMAS 


Raleigl 




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WILLIAMS, RALPH DOUGLASS 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT HARVEY 
WILLIAMS. SHIRLEY ROSE 
WILLIAMSON. BETSEY SHAW 
WILLIAMSON. JUNE DIANE 
WILLIFORD. EARLIE RAY 



WILLIS, JAMES TURLINGTON 
WILMOUTH, NORMA GRAY 
WILSON. EDWARD BRYANT 
WILSON, GRADY MONROE 
WILSON, JUDITH ANNE 
WILSON, LARRY WAYNE 



Wilmington 

New Bern 

Jackson 

Washington, D. C. 

Oxford 



Coats 

Pink Hill 

Henderson 

Robbins 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Colerain 








WILSON, LYNDA MARIE 
WINSTEAD, WILLIAM LINDSAY 
WINSTEAD, WILLIAM RONALD 
WOOLARD, JASPER EVANS 
WOOLARD. ROGER WILLIAM 
WOOTEN, WILLARD MITCHELL, JR. 



WORRELL, BILLY RAY 
WORSLEY. THOMAS LEE 
WORTHINGTON, JULIAN MACK 
WORTHINGTON. LEE BROWN 
WRIGHT. BETTY JANE 
WRIGHT, WILLIAM RAMSEY 



WYNN. BETTY ANN 
YATES, ANN BRYAN 
YELVERTON. GEORGE ALDON, III 
YORKE, BETSY JEAN 
YORKE, MIKE WHITLEY 
YOUNG, ROBERT IRWIN, III 



Roanoke Rapids 

Louisburg 

Nashville 

Washington 

Washington 

Falkland 



Goldsboro 
Rocky Mount 
Winterville 
Winterville 
Garysburg 
Hampton, Va. 



Washington 
Apex 
Greensboro 
Chapel Hill 
Kannapolis 
chmond, Va. 



YOW, SANDRA KAY Gibsonville 

ZAPFFEL. GEORGE LEON New Bern. 

ZEBLEY, FREDERICK LEWIS, JR. Wilmington, Del. 




Interesting photography was displayed in this view of the East Carolina-Appalachian football 
game. 




So^antone 



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Oiite** 



1/iee 'PteAident — Steve T&ateatt 
Secnetcvuf — ^te^n^ TftccAaeC 



^7necuuften, — Scutdee De*tto*t 
Settato* — (^cmoi *Dau(p6te>uf 







ABBOTT, JAMES E., JR. 


Black Creel 


ABBOTT, LINVILLE FRAZIER 


Oxforc 


ABNER, CAROLYN LOUISE 


Burlingtor 


ADAMS. JOHN MAYNARD 


Hendersor 


AIKEN, DIANE FAYE 


Creedmooi 


AINSFIELD, IRWIN JEROME 


Alexandria, Va 


ALAFOGINIS, PETER G. 


Washington, D. C. 


ALBRITTON, GENE 


Snow Hill 


ALDRIDGE, JOHN MARVIN 


Kinston 


ALEXANDER. ROBERT S. 


Scotland Neck 


ALFORD, GLENDA RUTH 


Whitakers 


ALFORD, STEPHEN VANCE 


Kinston 


ALLEN, ARTHUR. JR. 


Kings Mountair 


ALLEN. BARBARA GLENN 


Greenville 


ALLEN, BRENDA GAYLE 


Four Oaks 


ALLEN. EBERN EARL 


Richmond, Va 


ALLEY. LARRY WAYNE 


Lexingtor 


ALLEN, MARGARET ANGELA 


Roanoke Rapid" 


ALLEN, SUSAN KAY 


Charlotte 


ALLIGOOD, HILDA RAE 


Washington 


ALLIGOOD. STEVE HOLLIS 


Washingtor 


AMBROSE. RAVONDA 


Washingtor 


AMIS. WALTER SCOTT 


Bensor 


ANDERS, MELBA ANN 


Clintor 



ANDERS. OLIVIA JOANN 


Clinton 


ANDERSON, CAROLYN JEANETTE 


Faison 


VNDERSON, CHARLES CAREY 


Belmont 


ANDERSON, GEORGE FRANKLIN 


Vancehoro 


ANDERSON, LINWOOD ROY 


Goldsboro 


VNDREW, WILLIAM GRIMES 


Washington 


ANDREWS. FREDERICKA 


Greenville 


\N DREWS. RANDALL FRANK 


Burlington 


WGSTADT, ROBERT D. 


Newark, Del. 


ARANT, PATRICIA ANN 


New Bern 


ARNOLD. MILDRED JOHNETTE 


Jacksonville 


ASHWORTH, BRENDA ANNE 


Oxford 


ASKEW, NORLEEN E. 


Colerain 


ASKEW. PRESTON BRYAN 


Greenville 


ASKEW. ROSA MARIE 


Colerain 


ATKINSON. PAMELA G. 


Morehead City 


AVENT, KENNETH GARLAND 


Faison 


AVERA, MARGARET HARWOOD 


Rocky Mount 


AVERY. HARRY BRADFORD 


Havelock 


AYERS. BRENDA KAY 


Everetts 


VYSCUE, JUDY CAROLYN 


Smithfield 


BAGLEY, I. TNOTTER 


Henderson 


BAILEY. JAMES TERRELL 


Raleigh 


BAILEY. THOMAS LESLIE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


BAILEY. WILLIAM WALTER 


Tarboro 


BAIN, NICLEI SONDRA J. 


Fayetteville 


BAIRD. KATHRYNE ANN 


Suffolk, Va. 


BAKER. JOY LILES 


Wendell 


BAKER. KATHLEEN AGNES 


Fayetteville 


BAKER, RUTH ANNE 


Hubert 




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favorite booth 
ndy stand. 



the College Union Carnival 



U.DWIN, ANNA LORETTA 
^LDWIN, DONALD M., Ill 
^LDWIN, SARAH CECELIA 
VLLANCE, BONNIE DEW 
VLLARD, LINDA DARE 
ILLARD, MARGARET RAYE 



^LLEW, RUBY JANNETT 
iNKS, DENNIS EVANS 
VRBER, WILLIAM LLOYD 
^REFOOT, JAMES OWEN 
^RHAM, JOYCE FAY 
UlNES, CAROLYN JANE 



iRNES, GENE GARDNER 
tRNES, JAMES DAVID 
OWES, JANICE MARIE 
iRNES, PERRY DELANO, JR. 
IRNES, RICHARD CARLTON 
tRNHILL, JOHN TAYLOR, JR. 



^RRETT, VICKI LESTER 
mROW, CLIFTON JOE 
VRROW, EDWARD LINDLEY 
vSNIGHT, ELLEN VIRGINIA 
ANIGHT, GEORGETTA 
VSS, EMMA LYNN 



iSS, JUDITH CARROLL 

ISS, LINDA FAY 

LSS, MARY SUSAN 

LSS, PORTIA FAYE 

iSS, RICHARD WHITFIELD 

iSS, SANDRA LANE 



iTEMAN, DORINDA PUGH 
IXLEY, SANDRA JOHNSON 
;ACHAM, MARY LEE 
JAL, LARRY ALLEN 
!AL, LARRY MICHAEL 
:AMAN, ERNEST HERMAN 



ARDEN, JOHNNY CLAY 
CK, MARGARET COX 
CTON, GEORGE FREDERICK 
HR, JOHN DOUGLAS 
HR, LAWRENCE V. 
LAIR, ROY B. 



Liberty 

Clarkton 

Red Springs 

Fremont 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Salisbury 



Havelock 

Dagsboro, Del. 

Raleigh 

Newton Grove 

Wendell 

Moncure 



Stedman 
Severn 
Angier 
Wilson 
Wilson 
Greenville 



Conway 

Snow Hill 

Snow Hill 

Edenton 

Elizabeth City 

Rocky Mount 



Lucama 
Eureka 
Raleigh 
Faison 
Wilson 
Newton Grove 



Pantego 

Saint Pauls 

Williamston 

Wilmington 

Hendersonville 

Snow Hill 



Salisbury 
Greenville 
Goldsboro 
Greenville 
Greenville 
Wilmington, Del. 



Sending out letters for the 
Buccaneer kept Head Typist 
Shirley Brown quite busy. 




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HELL, IZORA JEAN 
BELL. PHYLLIS ELORIA 
BENDER, CLYDIA JANE 
BENSON, JOHN OLIVER 
BENTLEY, JANICE TAYLOR 
BENTON, JACCI 



BENTON, SALLIE ANN 
BERRY. REGGIE CONLEY 
BEST. LINDA CAROL 
I'.II LINGS, CHARLYN ROSE 
BILLINGS, KATHRYN CAMILLE 
BINGHAM, DONNA ANN 



Atlantic 

Rocky Mount 

Pollocksville 

Wheaton, 111. 

Greenville 

Elizabeth City 



Hertford 
Lynchburg 

Mount Olive 

Durham 

Scotts 



BISHOP. JAMES GUERR-Y. 
BI \( Kill RN, LARRY MICHAEL 
BI \( KMON, BILLY RAY 
BLANCHARD, DINAH JEAN 
BLANK, JANET ELIZABETH 
BLANKS, JOSEPH A. 



College Park. Ga. 

Spray 

Four Oaks 

Rvland 

Raleigh 

Colonial Heights, Va. 







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BOUNDS. RALPH M.. JR. 

EN, TONY R. 
BOWLING, PATSY STEVENSON 
BOWMAN. JL'ANITA FAYE 
BOYD. ELBERT M„ JR. 
BOYETTE. GLENDA PIKE 



BOYTE, JOSEPH LARRY 
BRADY, JOHNNY WAYNE 
BRAMMER, OTIS WILLIAM 
BRANTLEY. JANICE EDWARDS 
BRANTLEY. SANDRA JANE 
BRAUNLICH. JOAN LEE 



BRAY, VIRGINIA DIANE 
BRIDGERS. DAVID CHESTER, JR. 
BRIDGERS. HELEN REBECCA 
BRIDGES, TOMMY WAYNE 
BRILEY. WALTER REGINALD 
BRINN. WILLIAM JOSEPH, JR. 



BRITT. WALTER HERMAN 
BRITTAIN. DOROTHY WARD 
BROADHURST, ELIZABETH 
BROUGHTON, JUDY ELIZABETH 
BROWN. DORA ANN 
BROWN, HARRIETT LA MARR 



BROWN. JAMES A. 
BROWN, LESTER ZENO 
BROWN, MICHAEL T. 
BROWN, NANCY CAROLYN 
BROWN. ROBERT CARROLL 
BROWN. WAYNE CHRISTOPHER 



Roanoke Rapid; 

Goldsbon 

Williamstoi 

Walnut Covi 

Greenvilh 

Seven Spring; 



i«pray 

Siler City 

LeaksviUe 

Sanford 

Bailey 

McLean, Va. 



New Bern 
Conway 
Conway 
Colon 
Tarboro 
Sanford 



Suffolk. V* 

Bolivia 

Mount Olive 

Durham 

Greenville 

Enfield 



tockingham 
Greenville 
oke Rapids 
Hickory 
Spencer 
Swansboro 



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Entertainment climbed to its peak as Johnn 



s during the Summer School. 



[OWNING. VIRGINIA CAROL 
1YANT, BETSY LEE 
IYANT, MARGARET DEEDS 
IYAN, BILLIE MARJORIE 
JCK, JAMES ARLEY 
JCKLESS, VIRGINIA L. 



HE, DONALD NELSON 
JLLARD, WALTER MARVIN 
JMGARNER, DAVID THOMAS 
JNTING, NORMAN W. 
JRKHEAD, HARRIET JEAN 
JRNEY, BETTY LOU 



IRRIS, ELIZABETH REBECCA 
IRT, JUDITH LORIE 
IRTON, JULIAN THOMAS 
ITCHER, CHARLES WILLIAM 
'NUM, HENRY L.. JR. 
'NUM, JOHN HARRIS 



IN, RANDALL SCOTT 
LDWELL, CAROLYN JEANNE 
LLICUTT, PHILLIP ANSEL 
MERON, EVERETT 
MERON JUDITH AMNA 
MPBELL. WILLIAM WILSON 



NNON, NELSON EARL 
NTRELL. YATESY ANN 
PEL, GLADYS ANN 
PPS. FRANK ALBERT 
RAMANNA, MARLENE S. 
RAWAN, LELAND WAYNE 



IRMAN, MARY EILLEEN 
iRMICHAEL, GAYLE JANE 
IRR, CHARLES BLACKBURN 
lRR, DONALD LEACH 
(RR, JEANNE PHYLLIS 
lRR, JUDY CATHERINE 



Durham 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Hobgood 

Chocowinity 

Harrington, R. .1 



Broadway 

Dublin 

Valdese 

Frankford, Del. 

San lord 

Ayden 



Mount Holly 

Swansboro 

Vanceboro 

Grifton 

Raleigh 



iwlle 



Reidsville 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Kinston 

San ford 

Greensboro 



Ayden 

Gastonia 

Rocky Mount 

Oxford 

Rutherford, N. J. 

Plymouth 



Falls Church, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Plymouth 

Wallace 

Grifton 

Willard 



iRRAWAY, VIRGINIA MILLICENT Pinetops 

IRROLL. LINDA SUE Greenville 

LRSON, LINDA SUE Gastonia 

LRTER, CAROLE BROOKS Sunbury 

VRTER. PLEAS WILSON, JR. Concord 

VSEY, CAROL FRANCES Dudley 



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CASEY. LINDA KAY 


Mount Olive 


CASH, PATRICIA JONES 


Youngsville 


CAWMAN, OLIN L. 


Salem, N. J. 


CAYTON, ESTELLE D. 


Vanceboro 


CAYTON. LONNIE MICHAEL 


Raleigh 


CHANDLER. ELIZABETH J. 


High Point 


CHANDLER. JUDITH LYNN 


Albemarle 


CHAPMAN, EDDIE GARNER 


Newport 


CHAPPELL, ROBERT HOLLOWELL 


Hobbsville 


CHARLTON, LINDA S. 


Arlington, Va. 


CHEPP. RITA ANN 


Richmond, Va. 


CHISHOLM. HILDA E. 


Eagle Springs 


CHITTUM. H. PAUL 


Alexandria 


CHITTY, BRENDA KAY 


Murfreesboro 


CLAPP, JERRY DAVID 


Whitsett 


CLARK, JOYCE RUTH 


New Bern 


CLARK, MARY LEE 


Elizabeth City 


CLARK, REYNARD LEE 


Clarkton 


CLARK, WILLIAM HUNTER 


Warrenton 


CLARKE, SAMJVUE JEAN 


Shelby 


CLAYBROOK, DOROTHY GAYLE 


Stoneville 


CLEYENGEK, SARA PATRICIA 


Greensboro 


CLINE. BILL JEROME Rutherford College 


CLINE. FRED RAY 


Morganton 



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:OBB. CHARLES DAVID 


Greenville 


:OBB, LESTER MARION, JR. 


Greenville 


:OBLE, CAROLYN ANN 


Winston-Salem 


OBLE. MARY ELIZABETH 


Smithfield 


iOCHRAN, MARY CAROLE 


Rocky Mount 


lOGHILL, CONRAD C. JR. 


Henderson 


OIK. MARGARET LOUISE 


Mebane 


iOLLINS, WILLIAM MAX 


Salisbury 


:ONN, MARY JANE 


Louisburg 


ONNER, JEAN HARRIET 


Park Forest, 111. 


:ONRAD, MARSHALL LEE 


Greensboro 


OOKE, GLADYS WINNERFRED 


Mount Olive 



OOPER, BETTIE JOYCE Ahoskie 

OPE, CAROL ANN Raleigh 

OPELAND, JAMES KENNETH, JR. Edenton 

OTTLE, A. JAY Rose Hill 

OVIELLO, MICHELLE E. Washington, D. C. 

OVINGTON, JAYNE NICOLE Rockingham 



OX. ETTA JOYCE 

OX, HENRY CLEVELAND 

OX, LINDA DARE 

OX, MARION EVELYN 

OX, NORMAN JOSEPH 

OX, RICHARD CLARKSON 



OX. ROY SHEPPARD 
OZART, CASSANDRA LEE 
RAFFORD, JAMES BRIAN 
RAIN, PERK PAUL 
RAYATTA. JULIE 
RAYTON. DARLA GAIL 



Walstonburg 

Rockingham 

Newton Grove 

Clayton 

Arlington, Va. 

Greensboro 



Sariford 

Bailey 

Clemmons 

Newport News, Va. 

Arlington, Va. 

Mount Pleasant 



254 






5ECH, LOIS CAROL 


Four Oaks 


EECH. WILLIAM DOUGLAS 


Snow Hill 


SEGAN, FAYE MARIE 


Raleigh 


iW, NANCY ALEXANDER 


Roanoke Rapids 


PPEN, GILBERT WILLIAM 


Tampa, Fla. 


SP, LINDA FAYE 


Chocowinity 


DOM, EMORY EUGENE. JR. 


Stantnnsburg 


DOM, JOHN ROY 


LaGrange 


DWELL, BRENDA DIANE 


Spencer 


MI'LER. CHARLES PETTMAN 


Roseboro 


.LOM, RALPH MADDREY 


Roanoke Rapids 


.TON, CATHRYN DAWN 


Chapel Hill 


*RIE, CECILIA P. 


Aberdeen 


LY. GEORGE DANIEL 


Clayton 


MBROSIO, LOUIS A. 


Strafford, Pa. 


VIEL, WILLIAM LEE, JR. 


Oxford 


VIELS. BRENDA JOYCE 


Wanchese 


VIELS, LINDA CAROLE 


Durham 


RDEN, SARAH EVELYN 


Conway 


UGHERTY, CAROL ELAINE 


Norfolk, Va. 


VIS, AVON DARRAL 


Newport 


VIS, CURTIS MACK 


Raleigh 


VIS, DAVID WILLIAM 


Roxboro 


VIS. HAYWOOD McCABE 


Durham 





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davis, inez Mcdonald 
davis, james cordon, jr. 
davis, william thomas 
deane, brian clayton 
deans, delano cobby 
deans, sitha marie 


Warrenton 

Wilson 

Snow Hill 

Richmond, Va. 

Macclesfield 

Lucama 


DEEGAN, JACK DENNIS 
DELONG, MARGARET ANN 
DENTON, AILEEN RUTH 
DENTON. SANDRA JEAN 
DEW, LUCILE MARIA 
DICAMILLO, LEWIS GEORGE 


Glen Rock, N.J. 

Wilson 

Louisburg 

Raleigh 

Rose Hill 

Haddonfield, N. J. 


DICKERSON, RACHEL ANN 
DILDAY, ROBERT LEVY 
DITTMER, ARLENE L. 
DIUGUID. FRANK SAMPSON 
DIXON. BARBARA CAMILLE 
DIXON, BRENDA DIANNE 


Louisburg 

Ahoskie 

Valley Stream, N. Y'. 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Burlington 


DOCKERY, JOHNNY YOUNG 
DOHERTY. GERALD M. 
DONALD, LANA MARGARETTE 
DORMA'N, BARBARA G. 
DORSEY, NEIL EDWARD 
DOUT, LINDA GRAY 


Elkin 

Ontario, Canada 

Valdese 

Rutherford, N. J. 

Malvere, N. Y. 

Raleigh 


DOWDY, RONALD EUGENE 
DOZIER, SYLVIA AMBROSE 
DRAKE, CASANDRA LOU 
DRAKE, PATRICIA ANN 
DRUMMOND. PATRICIA ANN 
DUDLEY, CYNTHIA LOU 


Alexandria, Va. 

Moyock 

Washington 

Williamston 

Rocky Mount 

Beaufort 



255 







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John MacDiarmid works dili- 
gently over his sports section 
for the Buccaneer. 



DUDLEY, MARY LONG 


Englehard 


DUKE. ROBERT MARVIN, JR. 


Richmond. Va. 


DUNCAN, ROY CHARLES, JR. 


Raleigh 


DUPREE. LINDA ALLEN 


Franklin, Va. 


EANES, CLIFTON WAYNE 


Gretna, Va. 


EARLY, EFFIE CAREW 


Roxobel 


EASON, ROBERTA ANNE 


Belcross 


EDWARDS, AGNES LOUISE 


Rockv Mount 


EDWARDS. CHARLOTTE ELAINE 


' Raleigh 


EDWARDS. SYLVIA LESLIE 


Ayden 


EDWARDS, TRACY CAMILLE 


Beulaville 


EFIRD, JEAN ALICE 


Albemarle 


EFLAND. MARILYN WILSON 


Efland 


EIDUKE. VINCENT F. 


Washington, Pa. 


ELLIOTT. JUDITY ROSE 


Coats 


ELMAN, WILLIAM LEE 


Chester, Pa. 


ENGLAND, CAROLYN R. 


Rural Hall 


ENGLISH, CAROLYN D. N 


swport News, Va. 


ESTRIN, ROSALIE BRENDA 


Richmond, Va. 


EVANS. LINDA FAYE 


Fayetteville 


EVERETT. PRISCILLA 


Roper 


EVERETT. SHIRLEY ANNE 


Farmville 


EVERSON. MARSHEL W. 


Washington 


FANN, DONNIE RUTH 


Chocowinity 


FARMER. JAMES OSCAR 


Rocky Mount 


FARNELL, EDWARD WALTON, JR. 


Jacksonville 


FARRIS. PAT ROSE 


Rocky Mount 


FARROW. CAROL ANN 


Greenville 


FAW, JEAN PAIGH 


Norfolk, Va. 


FEARING, ALAN B. 


Durham 


FERRELL. EVELYN ELIZABETH 


New Bern 


FERRELL. SANDRA JEANETTE 


Richmond, Va. 


FIELDS, BILLY GORDON 


Greenville 


FIELDS. WILLIAM GEORGE 


Rocky Mount 


FISCHER, CATHERINE R. 


Alexandria. Va. 


FISHER. DOROTHY LEE 


Mebane 


FISHER, JAY FRANCES 


Wilmington 


FLOWERS, BRENDA RUTH 


Wilson 


FLOWERS. CLOYD DEAL. JR. 


Richmond, Va. 


FLOWERS. JANET ELAINE 


Wilson 


FORBES, CAROLE 


Coinjock 


FORNES. RAYMOND E. 


Greenville 




Students always enjoy the juicy mouthfuls of watermelons. 



(RSYTH. JAMES WILLIAM, JR. 
>STER, JIMMIE FRANKLIN 
)STER. LORETTA NELL 
>WLER. BECKY ANN 
lYLES, FREDERICA GAYLE 
:ANKLIN, ANNETTE LEE 



ANKLIN, CAROLYN MARIE 
ANKLIN, JOEL HERBERT 
ENCH. WANDA LEE 
LLER. JOHN M. 
LLER, JOSEPH F. 
RR, WILLIAM PRICE 



SSELL, ANN CARR 
ITRELL, CAMILLA J. 
ITRELL, ELIZABETH F. 
IDDY, WILLIAM PAUL 
UNEY, GRANVILLE F. 
iLLOWAY, PATRICIA FAYE 



URDNER, JUDITH F. 

VRNER, LANA FAYE 
VRNER, V. J., JR. 
VRRETT, FAYE CAROL 
VRRETT. PEGGY D. 
VRRIS. JOYCE AILENE 



Greensboro 

Clinton 

Long Island, N. Y. 

High Point 

Atkinson 

Fairmont 



Fayetteville 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Kinston 

Chocowinity 

Rocky Mount 

Statesville 



Wallace 

Rich Square 

Rich Square 

Fairmont 

Dunn 

Aurora 



Willow Springs 

Newport 

Morehead City 

Martinsville, Va. 

Albemarle 

Ayden 







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GARRISON, BRENDA JOYCE 


Burlington 


GARRISS, EVON CHARITY 


Watha 


GARRISS. KENNETH AUSTIN 


Clinton 


GASKINS, BETTE JO 


Grifton 


GASKINS, MARY SUE 


Vanceboro 


GATES, JOHNNIE CLYDE 


Durham 


GATEWOOD, BRENDA CAROLYN 


Greensboro 


GAY, VERONICA ANNE 


Zebulon 


GEROW. DAVID HERBERT 


Burlington 


GIBBS, MARIE ANTOINETTE 


Raleigh 


GILES. ELAINE CAROL 


Jacksonville 


GILL, SHURLEY LOUISE 


Clinton 


GILLAM, LINDA LEE 


Harrellsville 


GLASER. CHARLES ROBERT 


Huntsville, Ala. 


GODWIN, BRENDA LEE 


Sanford 


GOLLOBIN, RONALD W. 


Elizabeth City 


GOODWIN, WILLIAM EARNEST 


Raleigh 


GORHAM, MARY LYNN 


Battleboro 


GOSNELL, GLENDA CAROL 


New Bern 


GOULD, BETTYE FRANCES 


Newport 


GRADY, FRANCES GAIL 


Mount Olive 


GRANTHAM, CLAUDE SPENCE 


Stantonsburg 


GRAVES. E. CHARLTON, III 


McLean, Va. 


GREENE,' MARGARET ELLA 


Greenville 


GRIFFIN, LINDA SUE 


Selma 


GRIFFIN, PATRICIA ELLIOTT 


Williamston 


GRIFFITH, DAISY REBECCA 


Ayden 


GRIFFITH. MALCOLM PITTMAN 


Greenville 


GRIMES, LORETTA 


Faison 


GROET, JEANNETTE FRANCES 


Grifton 



257 



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GROSE, TONY B. 
GROTGEN, .MARY FRANCES 
GURGANUS, PATRICIA FOLEY 
GUTHRIE, KERMIT L., JR. 
GUY, DAN MILLER 
GWALTNEY, MILDRED VIENNA 



GWINE, JOHN YARDAMAN, JR. 
HACKNEY, BONNIE ELIZABETH 
HADDOCK. VIRGINIA CAROL 
HAIR, SANDRA FAYE 
HALL, DOROTHY ANN 
HALL. LINDA EWELL 



HANCOCK. JOYCE ELAINE 
HANES, DONALD LOUIS 
HANES, SHIRLEY JO 
HANEY, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR. 
HARDEE, JOSEPH RAY 
HARDEE. ROBERT MORRIS 



HARBISON, DONNA MARLENE 
HARDISON. SMITH PAUL 
HARPER, CHARLES MICHAEL 
HARPER, HONTAS 
HARRELL. MOLLY LOUISE 
HARRINGTON, RICY THOMAS 



HARRINGTON, WILLIAM ANSON 
HARRIS, ANDREA JANE 
HARRIS, CAROLYN ANN 
HARRIS, MARY CATHERINE 
HARRIS, MYRON GRAY 
HARRISON. ALBERT KOONCE 



Franklinville 

Wilmington 

Greenville 

Jacksonville 

Fayetteville 

New Bern 



Greenville 

Asheville 

Trenton 

Newport 

Greenville 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Scotland Neck 

High Point 

Lexington 

Rural Hall 

Maysville 

Greenville 



Jamesville 

Arapahoe 

Greensboro 

Kinston 

Colerain 

Greenville 



Ayden 

Ayden 

Greenville 

Oriental 

Marshallberg 

Ahoskie 



Sofi6o*no>ie4> 






1ARSCH, HENRY 


Asheboro 


1ARVELL. MARGARET MARILYN 


Wallace 


1ATHAWAY, MYRA DUNN 


Greenville 


IAWKINS. LYNDA RAINEY 


Mebane 


IAWKINS, MATILDA GAIL 


Washington 


IEATH, LINDA KAYE 


Havelock 


1EAVNER. CAROLYN BEAM 


Vail 


1EDGECOCK, ROGER DALE 


High Point 


IEDGEPETH, JUDITH CAROLE 


Rocky Mount 


IF.DRICK. RITA LOU 


Thomasville 


IENDREN, PHYLLIS LEE 


Tyner 


IENRETTA, ARTHUR ALLEN 


Williamsburg, Va. 


IENRY, GIRTON EDWARD 


Camp Lejeune 


IERRING, MILLIE JO 


Clinton 


IERRING. RICHARD HARRELL 


Suffolk, Va. 


IIGH, BERTHA KATHRYN 


Wendell 


IILL, DONNA JEAN 


Lynchburg 


IILL, LINDA REBECCA 


Charlotte 


IINES, RONNIE LAFOY 


Garner 


IODGE, PAMELA RUTH 


Charlotte 


IODGES, JOHN R. 


Greenville 


IOLLAND. MARY ELIZABETH 


Smithfield 


IOLLAND, PATRICIA ANN 


Warsaw 


IOLLEMAN, CHARLES BRYCE 


Raleigh 





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HOLLIFIELD, MARY EVANNA 


Lenoir 


HOLLOMAN, HELEN ANN 


Evergreen 


HOLMES, SIDNEY FULLER, JR. 


Zebulon 


HOLT, CORNELIA GARRIS 


Troy 


HOLT, MICHAEL LEWIS 


Alamance 


HOOKS, MINNIE DELORES 


Selma 


HOOPER, BRENDA GAIL 


Yanceyville 


HOOPER, WILLIAM FREDERICK 


Beaufort 


HORTON. MARY ANNE 




HORTON, ROBERT VERNON 


Fayetteville 


HOWELL, CARLTON DAYNE 


Halifax 


HOWELL, JAMES STUART 


Wilmington 


HOWELL, JUDITH LYNNE 


High Point 


HOWELL, RITA DAWN 


Gates 


HOWELL. WILLIAM ELVIN 


Garysburg 


HOWERIN, WILLIAM LEE 


Scotland Neck 


HUDSEN, CATHERINE ELIAZABETH 


Benson 


HUDSON, MARCIA LYNN 


Salisbury 


HUDSON, MARY LOUIS 


Greenville 


HUFFMAN, CHARLOTTE ELAINE 


Raleigh 


HUFFMAN, PATRICIA HARGETT 


Trenton 


HUGHES, BUZZ 


Marion, Va. 


HUGHES, CARLTON PRICE 


Thomasville 


HUMPHREY, VIRGINIA LEE 


New Bern 


HUNNING, LYNDA RHUE 


Greenville 


HURDLE, JUDITH RAE 


Elizabeth City 


HUTZLER, ALVIN BRYANT, II 


Richmond, Va. 


HYSLER, EDWIN SCOTT 


Charlotte 


IJAMES, HELEN PATRICIA 


Charlotte 


IRVIN, JUDITH ANNE 


Seaboard 


IRVIN, LINDA RITCH 


Wilson 


IVEY, IRIS ELIZABETH 


New Bern 


JACKSON, BONNIE RUTH 


Raleigh 


JACKSON, CHARLES THOMAS 


Washington 


JACKSON, EARL C, JR. 


Elizabeth City 


JACKSON, JAMES PAULETTE 


Goldsboro 


JACKSON, JOHN CLAYTON 


Beulaville 


JACKSON, MARGARET CAROLYN 


Ahoskie 


JACKSON, PEGGY RUTH 


Washington 


JACKSON, RICHARD DONALD 


Hickory 


JACKSON, THELMA JOYCE 


Robersonville 


JACKSON, WILLIAM ALLAN 


Ayden 



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Pretty Sandra Killian was among the 
Summer School students who partook 
of the tasty watermelons. 



"We might laugh 
don't play." 



joke, but 






Sofi6o**t<vie6 



JACOBS. BRENDA ALDEN 


Elizabeth City 


JENKINS, JOSEPH LINWOOD 


Greenville 


JERNIGAN, JERREL 


Kinston 


JERNIGAN. RAYMOND ALEXANDRIA 


Selma 


JOHNSON, BARBARA JEAN 


St. Pauls 


JOHNSON, BARBARA SUSAN 


Fayetteville 


JOHNSON, CAROLE LOUISE 


Roxboro 


JOHNSON, CHARLES 


Goldsboro 


JOHNSON, DAVID ALBERT 


Wilmington 


JOHNSON, ELOISE ANNETTE 


Coats 


JOHNSON, GAIL REGINA 


New Bern 


JOHNSON, JOSEPH TALTON 


Graham 


JOHNSON, JUDITH CAROL 


Kinston 


JOHNSTON, SHIRLEY ANN 


Greenville 


JONES, BILLY FRANKLIN 


Albertson 


JONES, BRENDA McCOTTER 


Washington 


JONES, GLENDA JEAN 


Mount Olive 


JONES, JO FRANCES 


Butner 


JONES, JOHN ALBERT, JR. 


Durham 


JONES, JOHN TUCKER 


New Bern 


JONES, JOHNNY GARNER 


Raleigh 


JONES, LENWARD MAC 


Benson 


JONES, MARJORIE JANE 


Littleton 


JONES, RICHARD ALLAN 


Corapeake 


JONES, WALTER LOUIS 


Greenville 


JORDAN, L. DALE 


Elkin 


JORDAN, PHILIP T., JR. Lake 


Mogegan, N. Y. 


JOSEPHS, ERNEST HAYES, JR. 


Charlotte 


JOYNER, CAROL ANN 


Rocky Mount 


JOYNER, CAROLYN ELAINE 


Ayden 



oyner, claudette yvonne 
oyner, john k. 
oyner, patsy carol 
:ahok, fathallah j. 
:eel, donna lorraine 
:eel, hazel tyndall 



ILLIAN, LINDA ELIZABETH 
IMSEY, JAMES ROBERT 
INC, BETTY CAROL 
ING, NORA JANE 
IRKLAND, JOSEPH B., JR. 
ISER, KAAREN L. 



ITTLE. MADELINE JEAN 
LOCK, BARBARA FYETTA 
NIGHT, SARAH WALKER 
NOTT, BARBARA ANN 
NOX, ELLEN LOUISE 
XMM, SOPHIE LOUISE 



AMBERT. JUDY DORAH 
AMM, BARBARA SUE 
AMM, DONNA SUSAN 
AND, HENRY HAMPTON 
AND, HOWARD D., JR. 
ANDIN, CAROLYN ANNE 



Rocky Mount 

Kinston 

Fayetteville 

Jerusalem, Jordan 

Bethel 

Elm City 



Salisbury 

Murphv 

Wilson 

Bear Creek 

Petersburg, Va. 

Charlotte 



Falls Church, Va. 
Greensboro 



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Raleigh 

Spring Lake 

Tarboro 

Huntersville 



Apex 

Bailey 

Bailey 

Winston-Salem 

Fayetteville 

Elm City 



260 






Janet McKenzi 

at one of the ' 

ments of the yearbook 

photographer. 




NE, LLOYD GEORGE 
NGDON, NANCY ROSE 
NGSTON, ELMER DOUGLAS 
NGSTON, FREDRICK MORRIS 
NIER, MARGARET AGNES 
NNING, KERMIT PAUL 



VRSON, LOUIS MICHAEL 
VSSITER, CAROLE ANN 
VSSITER, CAROLYN FAYE 
VSSITER, LINDA LEE 
VSSITER. PAUL FRANKLIN, JR. 
UTA, MARY ANNE 



Rutledge, Pa. 
Ayden 



Four Oaks 
Colerain 






LAWRENCE. KERMIT WILSON, JR. Mount Airy 

LAWS, JANET FAYE Goldsboro 

LAWSON. EDWARD THOMAS Stuart, Va. 

LAWSON, LAURA JANE Roanoke Rapids 

LAZUR, JOHN JOSEPH Tamaqua, Pa. 

LEARY, EVA LOU Shiloh 





LEE, LOU CAROLYN 
LEFTWICH, JAMES WARREN, JR 
LEGGETT. MARTHA ELIZABETH 
LEMONS, HYACINTH VIRGINIA 
LEO, ALFRED FRANK 
LEWIS, ARTHUR GEORGE, JR. 


Four Oaks 

Vinton, Va. 

Hobgood 

Mebane 

Hewlett, N. Y. 

Leaksville 


LEWIS, GORMAN A. 
LEWIS, LYLE BURWELL 
LEWIS, MARY RUTH 
LEWIS, MICHAEL LEONARD 
LEWIS, SETH GRANKLIN 
LILES, JUDY MEREDITH 


New Bern 

Haveloek 

Winnabow 

Morehead City 

Bladenboro 

Cary 


LIMER, LARRY 
LINKER, JUDY SHARON 
LITTLE, SUE AYRES 
LIVINGSTON, ELSA RUTH 
LIVINGSTON, ROBERT D. 
LOFLIN, BRENDA ANN 


Warrenton 

Charlotte 

Roanoke, Va. 

White Oak 

Newport News, Va. 

Trinity 


LOMAX, PHIL MYERS 
LONG, KATHRYN WOOD 
LONG, JEROME MYRON 
LUMPKIN. ROBERT THOMAS 
LUTZ, ROBERT FRANKLIN 
LYBRAND, WILLIAM MARTIN 


Star 

Elizabeth City 

Stratford, N. J. 

Oxford 

Shelby 

Marietta, S. C. 




LYTTON, CLYDE WADE 


Lumberton 


McBRAYER. ELIZABETH SUE 


Raleigh 


McCALL, PARTICIA ANN 


Lenoir 


McCANLESS, BRENDA JOSEPHINE 


Salisbury 


McCASKILL, CLARENCE HARLAN, JR. 


Candor 


McCLENEY, FRANCES ANN 


Chadbourn 


McCLENNY, JOHN WILLIAM 


Goldsboro 


McCOIN, SAMUEL LAWRENCE 


Elkin 


McCOMBS. DORIS ANNE 


New Bern 


McCOY, JAMES EDWARD 


Norfolk, Va. 


Mi CRACKEN. TEMPERANCE ANN 


Oak City 


McCULLEN, BILLIE SUSAN 


Faison 


Mcdonald, geraldine anne 


Charlotte 


McDUFFIE, NEILL PATTERSON, JR. 


Columbia 


McGEE, ANNE ERNESTINE 


Kernersville 


McGEE, JERRY EDWARD 


Rockingham 


McGOWAN, MARTHA CAROLE 


Greenville 


McINTYRE, SHELBY JANE 


Ivanhoe 


McKENNA, JAMES FREDERICK, JR. 


Greensboro 


McKEE, WILBUR BENNETT, JR. 


Greensboro 


MoKINSEY, SANDRA JUNE Silver Spring, Md. 


McKENZIE, ELIZABETH JANET Southern Pines 


McLAWHORN, DAVID W. 


Ayden 


McLEAN, JAMES HAMPTON 


Maxton 



Soft/io*KO>ie4> 







McLEMORE, DAVID A. 


Garland 


McMANUS, SHEILA DIANE 


Albemarle 


McNAIR, LARRY B. 


Raleigh 


MABRY. ROBERT CULPEPPER 


Albemarle 


MADDOX, BARBARA SUE 


San ford 


MADRIN, MARILYN JONES 


Elizabeth City 


MAIER, HAROLD JAMES 


Belmont 


MALLON, JOHN F. i 


Scotch Plains, N. J. 


MALONE, ROBERT SHERROD 


Springfield, Va. 


MANN, JAMES L. 


Sanford 


MANN, JANET LEE 


Alexandria, Va. 


MANN, TERESA LYNN 


New Bern 


MANUEL, JESSE WALTER 


Draper 


MARLOWE, WILLIE GREY 


Whiteville 


MARR, SHELIA CAROL 


Garner 


MARTIN, CHARLIE MAURICE 


Cerro Gordo 


MARTIN, JAMES T., JR. 


Haw River 


MARTIN, JOSEPH MELLON 


Charlotte 


MARTIN, MARGARET GAIL 


Kinston 


MARTIN, ROBERT LEE, JR. 


Wilson 


MASSENGILL, EDNA LOU 


Four Oaks 


MASSEY, DAVID EDWARD 


Ahoskie 


MAULTSBY, MARGARE ELLEN 


Jacksonville 


MAYO, AMMA LOUISE 


Kinston 


MAYO, CLAYTON BROWN 


Falkland 


MAYO, DALTON WAYNE 


Chocowinity 


MAYO, FRANCES EDWARDS 


Fountain 


MEARES, KAY FRANCES 


Fair Bluff 


MEASAMER, WESLEY FLOYD, JR 


Sanford 


MEE, THOMAS CHARLES 


Raleigh 



ERCER, SANDRA CORA Lucama 

ERRITT, VIRGINIA MARIE Raleigh 

EWBORN, ROBERT DOUGLAS Snow Hill 

:iCHAEL, GREGORY G. Silver Spring, Md. 

[ILAZZO, SAMMIE JEAN Broadway 

[ILES, RICHARD ALFRED Chester, Pa. 



ILLS, HIGH WILBER 


Greenville 


ILLS, RITA 


Maysville 


ITCHELL, EDDIE CRAWFORD 


Greenville 


ITCHELL, GERALD BRANTHAM 


Princeton 


ITCHELL, JOHN P. 


Charlottesville, Va. 


IZE, KENNETH EDWARD 


Kinston 


OBLEY, SANDRA FAYE 


Williamston 


ODLIN, ETTIE KAYE 


Jamesville 


ODLIN, FLORENCE ELIZABETH 


Williamston 


ODLIN, LOLA GRAY 


Jamesville 


ODLIN, WILLIAM WOOLARD 


Washington 


OHN, KAY FRANCES 


Richlands 


ONROE, GARY B. 


Goldsboro 


ONTICONE, WILLIAM G. 


Washington, D. C. 


OORE, DAVIS LEE, JR. 


Greenville 


OORE, ELSIE MARION 


Kinston 


OORE, EUGENE WINSTON 


Sumter, S. C. 


OORE, MURPHY HOGAN 


Clinton 


OORE, PATRICIA ANN 


Spencer 


OORE, PHYLLIS JEAN 


Greenville 


OORE, ROBERT D., JR. 


Gastonia 


OORING, RUBELLE SMITH 


Maury 


ORGAN, EMORY HALL 


Bergenfield, N. J. 


ORRIS, EMMA FAY 


Crewsell 


DRRIS, FRANCES ANN 


Asheboro 


3RRIS, MARY KAY 


Creswell 


OSELEY, JIMMY DOUGLAS 


Rocky Mount 


3SS, MARIANNE 


Gastonia 


OSTELLER, JAMES NELSON 


Morganton 


OYE, SIDNEY MACON 


Greenville 


UCKENFUSS, MARY ELLA 


High Point 


UDGE, NANCY ELISABETH 


Fuquay Springs 


ULL, NANCY AMANDA 


Morganton 


ULLEN, REGINALD EUGENE 


Norfolk, Va. 


ULVEY, DOROTHY PLATT 


Washington, D. C. 


UMFORD, PATRICK WAYNE 


New Bern 






Local fans seem to be more interested 
in the actions in the stands than the 
action on the gridiron. 









MURPHREY, BETTY LOU 
MURPHY, CARTER LEWIS 
MURPHY, JUDITH GALE 
MURRAY. BRENDA REBECCA 
NEAL, ROBERT ELTON 
NEEDHAM, LILLIAN CAROL 



NEWHOl SE, BARBARA N. 
NEWSOME, LESLIE RONALD 
NEWTON, IRIS 

NEWTON, SAMUEL CARROLL 
NICHOLS, HAROLD R. 
NICHOLSON. JAMES DAVID 



Farmville 

Petersburg, Va. 

Youngsville 

Newport 

Smiths Grove, Ky. 

Pilot Mountain 



Florham Park, N. J. 
Whiteville 
Bayboro 
Burlington 
Greenville 
Lumberton 



NITTOLI. RONALD Elizabeth, N. J. 

NIXON, ROGER M. Winfall 

NONN, MICHAEL ANTHONY Kinston 

NORFLEET, SARAH BROWN Suffolk, Va. 

NORMAN. THOMAS WILEY Roper 

NORMAN, WILLIAM GILBERT, JR. Greenville 



NORRIS. LINDA SUE Benson 

NORTHINGTON, ROBERT RUDOLPH New Bern 

NUTTER. LORNA LEE Arlington, Va. 

OATES, BETTY SHARON Faison 

O'BERRY, BARBARA JO Ahoskie 

O'BERRY. BRENDA BROWN Charlotte 



O'BRIEN. MARY ANN 


Oxford 


O'CAIN, GEORGIA LOU 


Hendersonville 


OLIVE. ELIZA GRAHAM 


Winterville 


OLIVER, BETTY JEAN 


Jacksonville 


OLIVER. LINDA EARLINE 


Creswell 


OLSON, ALAN WILLIAM 


Washington, D. C. 


OSBORNE, CAROLYN FAYE 


Pinetown 


OSBORNE, EVELYN MARIE 


Raleigh 


OWEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK 


Angier 


OWEN, OWEN CHARLES 


Fayetteville 


PACE, PAULETTE I. 


Durham 


PACHIMSAWAT, PRAJIT 


Bangkok, Thailand 


PADGETT, JAMES AARON 


Maple Hill 


PAGE, JUDY REID 


Greenville 


PARIS, BRYANT DUKE, JR. 


Haw River 


PARKER. ANNE STUART 


Charlotte 


PARKER. MARIAN IRENE 


Gates 


PARKER, MARY LOU 


Washington 



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vey the finished product from 






During any quarter break, 
students, such as Joe Bran- 
non, may wander as far as 
Times Square. 




PARKS. CAROLYN LOUISE 


Henderson 


PARRISH, BEN WOOD 


Louisburg 


PARRISH, BILLIE WOOD 


Louisburg 


PARRISH, CHARLES E. 


Smith field 


PARRISH, JAMES THOMAS 


Benson 


PARSONS. KENNETH L. 


Clinton 


'ASCAL, STEPHANIE ERNA 


Raleigh 


'ATE, JUDITH BROWN 


Williamston 


'ATRICK, EVELYN DIANE 


Shawboro 


>ATTERSON, JOHN AVERY 


Wytheville, Va. 


'ATTERSON, MARTHA ANN 


Charlotte 


■ATTERSON, CARLYLE BROOKS 


Thomasville 


5 AUL, IRA BRYAN 


Washington 


3 AUL. PATRICIA E. 


Silver Spring, Md. 


3 AYL0R, HARRIETT LEE 


Ayden 


'AYNE, JUDY MARGUERITTE 


Fuquay Springs 


3 EATR0SS, PATSY RENAY 


High Point 


3 EEDIN, BONNIE GERALDINE 


Pine Level 


'EEDIN, REBECCA GAIL 


Smithfield 


'EELE, MARY EMMA 


Williamston 


'EELE, NANCY ELEANOR 


Lewiston 


'EELE, PATRICIA FAYE 


Williamston 


SERDUE, JAMES MAURICE 


Louisburg 


'ERRY, PATRICIA DAWNE 


Zebulon 




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PERRY, PEGGY FISCHER 


Lynchburg, Va. 


PETERSON, SARAH GOLDEN 


Raleigh 


PHELPS, TOMMIE LAWRENCE 


Williamston 


PHILLIPS, JACK B. 


Gastonia 


PIERCE, CONSTANCE MAE 


Fayetteville 


PICKARD, LINDA KAY 


Graham 


PINER, LENA ELIZABETH 


New Bern 


PIPPIN, CAROLYN REE 


Zebulon 


PITTMAN, BARBARA ANN 


Wilson 


POND, THOMAS EUGENE 


Ansonville 


POOLE, DORIS LOUISE 


Greensboro 


POOLE, ERIC LYNN 


High Point 


POOLE, JAMES LEWIS 


Durham 


POOLE. LINDA DELORES 


Durham 


POPE, FAYE ILENE 


San ford 


POPE, MARY JANE 


Greensboro 


PORTER, DIANNE MITCHELL 


Salemburg 


POSTON, WILBUR F. 


Norfolk, Va. 


POWELL, ANGELIA DIANA 


Clarendon 


POWELL, BARBARA ANNE 


Rocky Mount 


POLLARD. JOHN WESLEY 


Vanceboro 


POPE. WILLIAM TROY 


Lucama 


POWELL, MARY KATHERINE 


Raleigh 


POWELL, THOMAS LOWELL 


Ahoskie 


PRESCOTT. JERRY JUNE 


Camp Lejeune 


PRICE, ANNA KAY 


Monroe 


PRICE, DOROTHY LAVERNE 


Goldsboro 


PRICE, PEGGY JEAN 


Mount Olive 


PRITCHARD. THURMAN G. 


Margarettsville 


BRYCE, SILAS HENRY 


Rockingham 






PURYEAR, FRANKLIN G. 
PUTNAM, CLYDE ERNEST 
RADFORD, LYNDA FAYE 
RALEY, CAROLYN 
RAINES, JOHN NORWOOD 
RAYNOR, WILLIAM M. 



REARDON, SUE ELLEN 
REASON, EDITH NELSON 
REAVES, MACON G., JR. 
REBER. THOMAS E. 
REEVES, BETTY JANE 
REGES, ROGER DIXON 



RESPESS, CALVIN EARL 
RESSEQUIE, GEORGE IRVING 
REYNOLDS, CHESTER L., JR. 
RICH, EMILY JO 
RIDDICK, NANCY CAROLYN 
RIDENHOUR, LINDA ROSE 



RIDEOUT, PEGGY LEE 
RIGSBEE, DOROTHY D. 
RITCHIE, JUDITH MAE 
RITTER, ALAN WILLIAM 
ROBBINS. EVERETTE ACE 
ROBERSON, RICHARD J. 



ROBERTS. IRWIN C, JR. 
ROBERTS. WILLIAM B. 
ROBERTSON. FRANCIS L. 
ROBERTSON. JAMES MARION 
ROBINSON. JAMES P. 
ROBINSON. MILTON K. 



Greenville 
Tarboro 

Goldsboro 
Hickory 

Goldsboro 
Lakeland. Fla. 



Erwin 

Stokes 

Warrenton 

Nazareth. Penn. 

Hallsboro 

Red Oak 



Pantego 

San ford 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Graham 

Hobbsville 

Salisbury 



Mebane 

Kinston 

Richmond, Va. 

Ahoskie 

Goldsboro 

Robersonville 



Jacksonville 
Farmville 

Charlotte 

arwick, R. I. 

Valdese 




Saft£<utuyie& 



OCK. HELEN V. 
OCK, STUARD A. 
OGERS,' CRAIG ALAN 
OGERS, MARY FRANCES 
OGERS, PEGGY JANE 
OGERSON, BARBARA FAYE 



OPER. LINWOOD W., JR. 
OSE. CHARLES A. 
OSE, JOSEPH F. 
OSE. OLLIE JAMES 
OSEMAN, PHYLLIS ANN 
OUSE, BETTY GRAY 



lOUSE, GWEN ELLEN 
LOUSE, SUE NEIL 
LOUSE, TONY 
LOUSE, WILLARD ANN 
!U BRIGHT. CALVIN J. 
LUNQIIST, JEANNETTE 



YDER, SELENA J. 
AMS, MICHAEL GRAHAM 
AUNDERS, WILLIAM J. 
AUVAGEAU, DELIA ANNE 
AWYER, EVELYN C. 
AWYER, BEVERLY H., JR. 



South Norfolk, Va. 

Richmond, Va. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Williamston 

Roxboro 

Robersonville 



Raleigh 
Southern Pines 
Roanoke Rapids 



Salisbury 
Magnolia 



Wallace 

La Grange 

Newport News, Va. 

Seven Springs 

Jacksonville 

Greenville 



Norfolk, Va. 

Greensboro 

Elizabeth City 

Greensboro 

Fayetteville 

Georgetown, S. C. 





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Efforts of much work is 
shown as the photographer 
invaded the ceramics 
workshop. 



SAWYER, DOUGLAS M. 


Elizabeth City 


SAWYER, KATHRYN SUE 


High Point 


SAWYER, MARY ETTA 


Chocowinity 


SCHAEFER, VALERIE J. 


Alexandria, Va. 


SCRUGGS, MAX DALE 


Valdese 


SCOTT, BARBARA ANN 


Morganton 


SCOTT, CAROLYN LEE. 


Elizabeth City 


SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN 


Durham 


SCOTT, REBECCA ANN 


New Bern 


SCOTT, THOMAS J. 


Cape Charles, Va. 


SEARS, ALBIN B. 


Scranton 


SENKIER, MICHAEL P. 


Hyde Park, N. Y. 


SEPARK, WILLIS A. 


Durham 


SEWALK, CHESTER R. 


Johnstown, Pa. 


SHANAHAN. JAMES W. 


Norwalk, Conn. 


SHARPE, FREDERICK S., JR. 


Hillsboro 


SHAVER, TERESA L. 


Rockingham 


SHAW, JERRY E. 


Fayetteville 


SHAW, ROBERT A. 


Rocky Mount 


SHEARIN, NORMAN W., JR. 


Roanoke Rapids 


SHELTON, ROBERT F., JR. 


Leaksville 


SHERMAN, STARR S. 


High Point 


SHIPP, JACQUELINE J. 


Clinton 


SHIRLEY, MARIE J. 


High Point 


SHORT. MARTHA ELIZABETH 


Greensboro 


SHURIG, JERRY LEE 


Charlotte 


SIEGEL, STUART C. 


Richmond, Va. 


SIKES, CAROLYN ANN 


Rose Hill 


SIKES, PAUL L., II 


Greensboro 


SIKES, JUDITH B. 


Polkton 


SIMMONS, PAMELA H. 


Hampstead 


SINEATH, BRANNA JEAN 


Burlington 


SINGLETARY, BARBARA J. 


Wilmington 


SKINNER, MARY LIPSCOMB 


Williamston 


SLAUGHTER, LINDA PATRICIA 


Blanch 


SLOAN, JOE DAN 


Sanford 


SMALL, STEPHEN A. 


Alexandria, Va. 


SMITH, EDWIN KEITH 


Kernersville 


SMITH. HARRY ELDON 


Kelly 


SMITH, JAMES B., JR. 


Grimesland 


SMITH, JEAN CAROL 


Dunn 


SMITH, JUANITA L. 


White Oak 




Tom Mackey and his date 
glasses. Wonder why? 



have enjoyed the contents of those 



267 



MITH, JUDITH ANNE 


Princeton 


MITH. LARRY BOYD 


Morganton 


MITH, MICHAEL ELLIOT 


Pawtucket, R. I. 


MITH, SANDRA FAYE 


Goldsboro 


-MITH, SHERMAN HENRY 


Elon College 


^MITH, WANDA ELAINE 


Greenville 


NEAD, LAWRENCE C. 


Yanceyville 


OBER, HARRY MORRIS 


Fort Bragg 


OMMA, JAMES ANTHONY 


Richmond, Va. 


01 FAS, JAMES LYNN 


New Bern 


OWERS, JOY SUE 


Durham 


PANN, BARBARA GENE 


Charlotte 


PANN, CARL THOMAS 


Trenton 


PEAR, DOUGLAS KINCAID 


Winston-Salem 


PELLER, J. THOMAS 


Robervnn ille 


PENCE, GARY BINGHAM 


Asheville 


PIEGEL, CHARLES 


Norfolk, Va. 


TALLINGS, LINDA KAY 


Norlina 


STALLS, LAURA SANDRA 


Washington 


5TAMEY, JAMES DENNIS, JR. 


Greensboro 


STANCILL, BURKE HENRY, JR. 


Greenville 


STANCIL, ROBERT FRANKLIN 


Smithfield 


STANLEY, SANDRA JOANN 


Whiteville 


STARLING, SANDRA LUJEANIE 


Selma 


STARR, MICHAEL ALLAN 


Richmond, Va. 


5TECKEL, WILLIAM HENRY 


Nazareth, Pa. 


^TEED, KATHERINE JO 


Denton 


STEGALL, ROBERT E„ JR. 


Alex, Va. 


STEPHENS, BERK MOORE 


Danville, Va. 


STEPHENS, GLENDA ANN 


Mount Olive 









STEPHENSON, CHARLES R. 
STEPHENSON, EDWARD GRADY 
STEVENS, MARGARET LOUISE 
STEWART, BILLI KATHRYN 
STEWART, DAVID MAURICE 
STEWART, GWENDOLYN ANN 


Willow Springs 

Fayetteville 

Matthews 

Statesville 

Gastonia 

Broadway 


STEWART, JACQUELINE A. 
STEWART, STEVEN R. 
STILLMAN, LYNN BRADFORD 
STOCKS, PEGGY LOUELLA 
STOKES, IDA LINDSEY 
STOKES, JAMES HARVEY 


Franklin, Va. 

Lancaster, S. C. 

Windsor 

Havelock 

New Bern 

Greenville 







Brothers of the Kappa Alpha Order enjoyed the works 
sponsors at the Fine Arts Festival. 



Coeds often stop 
each other on cam- 
pus for that extra 
cigarette. 




'ONE, JOHN WALTER, III 


Goldsboro 


•ONESTREET, JOHN MARSHALL 


Albemarle 


OUT, JOHN RAYMOND 


Kure Beach 


'OVALL, ANNIE NORWOOD 


Oxford 


•RASDIN, JOHN A. 


Schenectady, N. Y. 


TUCKLAND, CAROL JEAN 


Goldsboro 


TUCKLAND, ETHEL GAYLE 


Dunn 


TtlCKLAND, LAVETTA ANN 


Fayetteville 


PUN, ROGER GAIL 


Hamlet 


[URGES, DONNA LOU 


Henderson 


JGG, NANCY CHARLTON 


Norfolk, Va. 


JLLIVAN, WILLIS BUNCH 


Maxton 


JMPTER, GUY PERCIVAL, III 


Havelock 


ITTON, BENJAMIN CARROLL 


Fayetteville 


JTTON, JOAN 


Faison 


ITTON, VIRGINIA FAYE 


Clinton 


(RES, SYLVIA SUE 


Mebane 


ALAN, JOSEPH 


Dumont, N. J. 


ALLMANN, PEGGY FRANCES 


Jacksonville 


ALTON, JAMES RALPH, JR. 


Wilson 


ANKARD, MARY RITTENHOUSE 


Washington 


ANT, JAMES RAYFORD 


Zebulon 


ART, JUDY ANN 


Newton Grove 


ART, PATRICIA CLAIRE 


Dunn 


ATUM, ANN TERESE 


Falls Church, Va. 


AYLOR, CAROLYN BROOKS 


Colerain 


AYLOR, DEANNA FAYE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


AYLOR, EDGAR HAYWOOD 


Havelock 


AYLOR, JAMES CHARLES 


Lumberton 


AYLOR, MARY ELIZABETH 


Jackson 








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TAYLOR, MARY KATHRYN 
TAYLOR, MIRIAM FRANCES 
TAYLOR, MYRTLE SUE 
TAYLOR, NORA THOMAS 
TAYLOR, ROBERTA WARD 
TEDDER. NANCY JO 



TEMPLETON, CLEMENT F. 
TETTERTON, CATHY ANNETTE 
TEW, BARBARA FAYE 
TEW, BOBBY GLENN 
THOMPSON, BARBARA ANN 
THOMPSON, DON McCLAIN 



THOMPSON, JOHN BEN, JR. 
THOMPSON, SHIRLEY FAYE 
THORNE, EUGENE ALLEN, JR. 
THORNTON, THOMAS ALBERT 
THURMAN, PEGGI 
TICKEL, EFFIE ANN 



TILGHMAN, JAMES BURWELL 
TINDER, JUDITH CECIL 
TISDALE, NOEL H. 
TODD, CAROLYN RAE 
TODD, PATSY LONG 
TOLLEY, JERRY R. 



Corapeake 

Como 

Greenville 

Lawrenceville, Va. 

Belhaven 

Hallsboro 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Plymouth 

Newton Grove 

Dunn 

Burlington 

Southern Pines 



New Bern 
Smith field 
New Bern 
Fayetteville 
Rocky Mount 
Roanoke Rapids 



Cove City 

Richmond, Va. 

Fair Lawn, N. J. 

Whiteville 

Ayden 

Edenton 



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TOMLIN, CHARLES W. 
TRIPLETTE, JANICE F. 
TRIPP, JAMES WARREN 
TROTTER, LINDA GALE 
TROUBLEFIELD. MARSHALL H. 
TROYLER, BETTY GRAY 



Chevy Chase, Md. 

Smithfield 

Mebane 

Asheboro 

Faison 

Elon College 






TUCKER, JERRY VICTOR 
TURNER. BILLY RAY 
TURNER, HENRY WARREN 
TURNER, PAULA T. 
TURNER, VERNON E. 
TWIFORD, SAMUEL A., JR. 



TYSON, JAMES E. 
ULRICK, JAMES DAVID 
UZZELL, GLORIA G. 
VAINRIGHT, ELIZABETH A. 
VANNEY, WILLIAM F. 
VAUGHAN, ROBERT THOMAS 



VEACH, BARBARA A. 
VEREEN, VIRGINIA CAROL 
VINSON, BETTY L. 
VOGEL, ROSALIE MARIE 
VOGLER, REBECCA Z. 
VON ASPERN, ERIC 



Albemarle 

Merry Hill 

Plymouth 

Wilmington 

Sumter, S. C. 

Elizabeth City 



Siler City 
Alexandria, Va. 
Goldsboro 
Greenville 
South Boston, Va. 
Henderson 



Scotland Neck 
New Bern 
Swansboro 
New Bern 
High Point 
Greensboro 



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WADDILL, SANDRA C. 


Norfolk, Va. 


WALKER, FLORA E. 


Townsville 


WALKER, GARY GENE 


Acme 


WALLACE, MELISIA GRAY 


Plymouth 


WALLACE, WILLIAM H., JR. 


Washington 


WARD, BOBBY JULIAN 


Hobbsville 


WARD, BONNIE CAROLE 


Spencer 


WARD, DIANE MARIE 


Greensboro 


WARD. RUBY JANE 


Concord 


WARREN, LINDA JOYCE 


Havelock 


WASHKO, ROBERT J. 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


WATSON, STEVE E. 


Albemarle 


WATTS, RALPH ROLAND, JR. 


Kannapolis 


WEAVER, PATRICIA JANE 


Rocky Mount 


WEBB, SARAH E. 


Norfolk, Va. 


WEBSTER, CHARLES F. 


Graham 


WEBSTER, CORA SUE 


Washington 


WEEKS, JOHNNY A. 


Swansboro 


WEISIGER, BRADFORD E., JR. 


Goldsboro 


WELLONS, EDWIN B. 


Portsmouth, Va. 


WELLS, BESSIE JANE 


Watha 


WERSTLEIN. FRED JAMES 


High Point 


WEST, MANLEY JACK 


Durham 


WEST, ROSE MARIE 


Roseboro 


WHALEY, DAVID GLENN 


Teachey 


WHEELER, KENNETH BROWN 


Williamston 


WHELESS, MARY ANN 


Zebulon 


WHICHARD, JAMES LINWOOD, 


JR. Greenville 


WHITAKER, GARLAND R. 


Newport 


WHITAKER, GUY WARREN, JR. 


Washington 



VHITER. CAROLE E. 
VHITE, JOHN ROBERT 
VHITE, KAREN FAYE 
VHITEHURST. GEORGE W. 
VHITFIELD, JUDITH ANN 
VHITEFIELD, WILLARD W. 



WHITMYER, TED JOHN 
PHITTEN, BRENDA REDDING 
pLLEFORD, BERTA C. 
WILLIAMS, DOLORES ANN 
WILLIAMS, ENNION S., JR. 
PLLIAMS, FRANCES RUTH 



WILLIAMS, JAMES WORTH 
WILLIAMS', LAURA JEAN 
WILLIAMS, LINDA CAROL 
WILLIAMS, MARGARET D. 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT M. 
WILLIAMS, RICHIE H. 



WILLIAMSON, ANNE MILLER 
WILLIS, FRANCIS GORDON 
WILLIS, REBECCA ANN 
WILLOUGHBY, JOSEPH D. 
WILKINS, SANDRA F. 
WILSON, ALLAN B. 



Ahoskie 
Kinston 
Statesville 
Washington 
Durham 
Kinston 



mmonton, N. J. 

Concord 

Princeton 

Richmond, Va. 

Charlotte 



Beulaville 

Fayetteville 

Ayden 

Newton Grove 

Garner 

Muncie, Ind. 



Haw River 

Harkers Island 

Atlantic 

Ayden 

Rocky Mount 

Tarboro 



mm 



WILSON, CHARLOTTE FAYE 
WILSON, EUGENE V. 
WINDHAM, NORMA T. 
WINDLEY, RICHARD E. 
WINSTEAD, GEORGE W. 
WOBBLETON, JANET G. 




Wilmington 

Pennsauben, N. J. 

Quantico, Va. 

Newport News, Va. 

Elm City 

Williamston 






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WOHLMCK, CHARLIE T. 
WOLTERS, RICHARD R. 
WOOD, BRUCE BRENTON 
WOOD, ELLEN GLENN 
WOOD, JAMES G. 
WOODRUFF, JOHN B. 



WOOTEN, PHYLLIS E. 
WORTHINGTON. RICHARD 0. 
WRIGHT, ANNE WYCHE 
YARBOROUGH, JERRY R. 
YEOMANS, CLIFTON V. 
YOUNG, WALTER E., JR. 



Belleville, N. J. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Clayton 

Roanoke Rapids 

Sanford 

Colonial Heights, Va. 



Mrs. Ellis distributes Bibles to the Bachelor of Science graduates 
the School of Business. 



"At last, I have finally re- 
ceived that long awaited 
diploma," this coed sighs. 





'Pte&tcUett — 

1/ice 'Pie&ute*tt — 
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Secnetatc? — 

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ADAMS. CAROLYN LOUISE 
ADAMS, DOUGLAS EUGENE 
ALDERSON, JOSEPHINE C. 
ALEXANDER, MARY SHANNON 
ALKAZIN, DAVID MICHEL 
ALLEN, ALICE JEAN 



ALLEN. BETTY SUE 
ALLEN, BEVERLY JO 
ALLEN, NANCY LYNN 
ALLEN, ROBERT DENNIS 
ALLEN, RUSSELL EUGENE 
ALLIGOOD, GRETA JANE 



ALLISON. NANCY BELLE 
ALLSBROOK, WILBUR R., 
AMERSON. ISAAC W.. JR. 
AMMILLER, CAROL ANN 
AMOS. DEXTER EARL 
ANGELO, JOSEPH 



ANDERSON, CLINTON EARL 
ANDERSON, LOIS DIANNE 
ANDERSON, RALPH EDWARD 
ANDREWS, FAY B. 
ANDREWS, LYNDA ELIZABETH 
ANDREWS. SANDRA GAYLE 



ANGLIN, LINDA JOYCE 
ANTHONY, JAMES T. 
APPLE. JAMES KENT 
ARMSTRONG. PATRICIA ANN 
ARROWOOD, AMBER DARAYE 
ARTHUR, THOMAS E. 



Durham 
Greenville 

Colonial Heights, Va. 

Charlotte 

Scotland Neck 

Farmville 



Carthage 

Fuquay Springs 

Greenville 

Rocky Mount 

Bladenboro 

Washington 



Raleigh 

Scotland Neck 

Rocky Mount 

Dover, Ohio 

Gretna, Va. 

Lynbrook, N. Y. 



Fayetteville 

Durham 

Alexandria, Va. 

Louisville, Ky. 

Rocky Mount 

Greenville 



Arlington, Va. 

Chestertown, Md. 

Greensboro 

Whitakers 

Marion 

Hampton, Va. 





p%e&6*Ke*t> 



fifths 





ASKEW. CHARLES ARMON 


Jamesville 


AULBERT, LINDA KAYE 


Mebane 


AUSTIN, WILLIAM RICHARD 


Raleigh 


AUTRY. BRENDA SUE 


Autryville 


AUTRY. WILLIAM JERRY 


Durham 


AVERY, DORINDA DIANE 


Erwin 


AYERS, DORIS MURIEL 


Williamston 


BACH, GARY FRANCIS 


Arlington, Va. 


BADENHOP, PATSY ANN 


Greensboro 


BAGWELL, TIMOTHY BRYANT 


Charlotte 


BAILEY. REYNOLDS GRAY 


Tarboro 


BAILEY, SYLVIA RUTH 


Elizabeth City 


BAKER, BETTY JEAN 


Raleigh 


BAKER. EMILY JEANNE 


Fairmont 


BAKER. JAMES FRANKLIN 


Fayetteville 


BAKER, LYNDA DAIL 


Wilson 


BAKER, ROBERT HENRY, III 


Mooresville 


BANKS, EUGENE GASTON 


Elizabeth City 


BANKS, MARIE CATHEY 


Roper 


BARBEE, ANN REGAN 


Jacksonville 


BARBOSA, RANDOLPH 


Arlington, Va. 


BARBOUR. CAROLYN POWELL 


Clayton 


BAREFOOT. FAMES GROVER, JR. 


Raleigh 


BAREFOOT, JANET RUSSELL 


Dunn 


BARFIELD, PATRICK WILLIAM 


Fayetteville 


BARKER, LYNWOOD WAYNE 


Walstonburg 


BARNES, EDDIE DEAN 


Alex, Va. 


BARNES, ELIZABETH CLAIRE 


Jackson 


BARNES, MARY CAROLYNE 


Winterville 


BARNES, MINNIE LU 


Wilson 



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SGA President Tom and Gover- 
nor Terry Sanford engage in an 
informal chat during the political 
leader's visit to the campus. 







BARRETT, RICHARD PERSHING 
BARNHILL, CAROLYN NAN 
BARRETT. JOSEPH ROBERT 
BARROW. FAYE HARDY 
BARROW, RALPH EDWIN. JR. 
BARROW. WILLIAM ARCHER 



BARTON. CHERYL LEE 
BAS.MGHT, DELLA 
BASS, CAROLE JEAN 
BASS, EDGAR LEROY, JR. 
BASS, FRANCES LEE 
BASS, LENNA ROSE 



BATEMAN, GLENDORA 
BA1 COM. HILDA KAY 
BEARDEN, JANET REBECCA 
BE VSLE"i . PATSY RUTH 
BEASLEY, WILEY BENJAMIN, JR. 
BEAVERS, JANE MARKHAM 



BEDDINGFIELD, JAMES ALAN 
BELL. JOHN STANCIL, JR. 

ELL LAWRENCE LEE 

ELL. SANDRA KAY 
BELLAMY, JOHN PHESINGTON 
BENFIELD, WILLIAM JAMES 



Gastonia 
Greenville 

Conway 

Kinston 

Winston-Salem 

Richmond, Va. 



New Bern 
Manteo 
Fremont 
Tarboro 
Durham 
Dunn 



Belhaven 

Monroe 

Salisbury 

Wilson 

Baltimore, Md, 

Durham 



Pinehii 

Newport 

AltaVista, Va. 

Farmville 

Enfield 

Rocky Mount 




BENSON. 1ANWOOD EARL 
BERG, JUDITH ANNE 
BERNHARDT, JOHN CLARENCE 
BERRIER, Jl DITH ANNE 
BERRY, SHARRON KAY 
BETTS, ROBERT BATTLE 



BIESECKER. RONDA ALICE 
BIGGS, BRUCE ARTHUR 
BIGGS, STEVEN LEE 
BP-HER. Will JAM MORRIS 
BISHOP, OWENDOLYN LOUISE 
BISSETTE, BRENDA FAYE 



BLACKLF.Y, CONNIE LOU 
BLAKE, PAUL ROBERT 
BLANKENSHIP, JUDY ANN 
BLYTHE, CHESTER EARL 
BLYTHE. MARLENE ELIZABETH 
BOATRIGHT, JUANITA LOUISE 



BOBB. NANCi JEAN 
BOBBITT. JACK PERSHING 
BOGATKO, JOHN ALEXANDER 
BOOKER. THOMAS 
BOONE, MARTHA GENE 
Bo.sTlC. BRENDA ELIZABETH 



BOSWELL, SARAH PHYLLIS 
BOVENDER, ROBERT PELL, JR. 
BOWERS, HAROLD STANLEY, JR. 
BOWKER, CALVIN SAWYER, JR. 
BOWKER. CHARLES DWIGHT 
BOYCE, JANICE ELLEN 



Fayetteville 

Denton 

Mount Olive 

Sims 



Wake Forest 

Raleigh 

Falls Church, Va. 

Franklin. Va. 

Raleigh 

Marshville 



Arlington. Va. 

Tarboro 

Swartswood. N. J. 

Bethesda. Md. 

Rocky Mount 

Pink Hill 



Whiteville 

Winston-Salem 

Greenville 

Worcester, Mass. 

Spencer 

Rvland 



&££2 





BOYD, BRONLY STEPHEN 


York, Pa. 


BOYHAN, THOMAS PETER 


Lynbrook, N. Y. 


BRADBURY, VICTORIA VERNA 


Morehead City 


BRADLEY, MARGARET KAY 


Rocky Mount 


BRADY, EUNICE ADELE 


Robbins 


BRADY, JOHNNY THOMAS 


Gary 


BRANDON, THOMAS CRAIG, JR. 


Cramerton 


BRANNON, BOBBY GLENN 


Raleigh 


BRAXTON, PATRICIA LEE 


Ayden 


BREWER, BETTY JEAN 


Littleton 


BREWER, WILLIAM JOEL 


Monroe 


BRIDGEMAN, SHERION JEANETTE 


St. Pauls 


BRIDGERS, BLANNIE PAULINE 


Milwankee 


BRIDGEWATER, CORINNE GAIL 


Goldsboro 


BRIM, TROY. MACK. JR. 


Greensboro 


BRINEGAR, MONROE 


Norfolk, Va. 


BRINKLEY, LINDA FAYE 


Creedmoor 


BRINN, PHYLLIS SUE 


Bath 


BRISLIN, KATHLEEN MARY 


Charlotte 


BRITT, PATRICIA ANN 


Como 


BROADFIELD. LOVICK PIERIE 


Rocky Mount 


BROCK, CHARLES EDWARD, JR. 


Norfolk, Va. 


BROCK. JAMES DeBOYCE 


Mt. Olive 


BROCK, JAMES DOUGLAS 


New Bern 


BROOKS, DONALD PARKER 


Wallace 


BROWN, LELA MAXINE 


Wendell 


BROWN, PATTIE ANDERSON 


Raleigh 


BROWN, SYLVIA DARE 


Hickory 


BROWN, THELMA ANN 


Clarkton 


BRYAN, JUDITH ANN 


Rocky Mount 


BRYANT, JANET SUE 


Spring Hope 


BRYANT, LINDA LYNETTE 


Burlington 


BRYANT, MARTHA ANNE 


Durham 


BRYANT. ROSS FREEMAN 


Washington, D. C. 


BUCKNER, RONALD HAROLD 


Greensboro 


BUCK, SUSAN VANDYKE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


BUCK, WILLIAM HOLLIS 


Richmond, Va. 


BUCKLEY. GEORGE EDWIN 


Charlotte 


BUNCH, MARILYN KAY 


Edenton 


BUNN, LINDA DARE 


Pikeville 


BUNN. RALPH HUSH. JR. 


Zrliulim 


BUNTING, JERRY DAVID 


Bethel 


BURNETT, GEORGE MOORMAN 


Lynchburg, Va. 


BURROUGHS, CHARLES BENTON, JR. 


Alexandria, Va. 


BUSKIRK, PATRICIA GAIL 


Springfield, Va. 


BYRD. MEREDITH LaJUNE 


Kinston 


CADE, KEITH PARROTT 


Greenville 


CALLOWAY, NANCY LEE 


Winston-Salem 


CAMERON, BETSY CAROL 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


CAMPBELL, JO ANN 


Cerro Gordo 


CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JACK, III 


Sanfsrd 


CANNON, CLARENCE RAY 


Kinston 


CANNON, JOHN MASON 


South Norfolk, Va. 


CANNON, ROBERT ROUNTREE 


Ayden 


CANUP, JOHNNY LEE 


Salisbury 


CAPPS, BETSY LEE 


Selma 


CARAWOX. LEWIS STANCIL 


Vanceboro 


CARLBERG, CARL ARTHUR, JR. 


Hampton, Va. 


CARRAWAY, LEAFIE ANN 


Greenville 


CARTER, ELAINE JOHNSON 


Garland 


CARTER, LELIA MARGARET 


Jacksonville 


CARTER, MICHELE RAE 


Elizabeth City 


CARTER, NORMAN JEFFERSON, JR. 


Garland 


CASH, TED LOUIS 


Durham 


CASS, ROBERT CARROLL 


Charlotte 


CASTELLOW, ROSE WHITE 


Windsor 




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CAUBLE, MYRTLE KATHLEEN 
CAVINESS, BETTY GAIL 
CAYTON, CARL DELRAY 
CII VDWICK, VERNON PAUL 
CHALLIS. PATSY PAULA 
CHAMBLEE, DIANA 



CHAMPION. DONNA LORAINE 
CHANDLER. JOHN CARLTON, JR. 
CHAPMAN, GANES C. 
CHAPMAN, PATRICIA 
CHARLES. ELIZABETH Has 

CHARUHAS. HELEN CORINNE 



CHILDRESS. BOBBY LEE 
CHRISTOPHER. LINA CLAIRE 
CHURCHILL, ANN CAROLYN 
CLAPP. MILTON. Ill 
CLARK. JOHN BRAXTON 
CLARK. LORRAINE D'ARVILLE 



CLINE. HAROLD WAYNE 
CLYMER. WILLIAM JOSEPH 
COATES, JAMES E. 
COATS, ROSE MARIE 
COCHRAN, RANDY CASTLE 
COCHRAN. WILLIAM CHARLES 



COCKMAN. MARY JANICE 
COKER. CAROLYN ELIZABETH 
COLBY, PAUL SOUTHWORTH, JR. 
COLE, BRIAN DAVIS 
COLE, WALTER ERVIN 
COLEMAN, BARBARA A. 



Hickory 

Asheboro 

Aurora 

Silver Spring, Md. 

Washington 

Zebulon 



Raleigh 
Weldon 
Newport 

Langley AFB, Va. 
ings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Washington, D. C. 



Stokesdale 
Greenville 
Greenville 
Charlotte 
Graham 
Durham 



Concord 

Ardmore. Pa. 

Middlesex 

Dunn 

Albany. Ga. 

Rocky Mount 



Robbins 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Hampton, Va. 

Wake Forest 

Greenville 



COLEMAN. JUDITH REBECCA 


Durham 


COLLIER. JUDITH ANN 


Fayetteville 


COLLIER, WILLIAM RICHARD 


Bayside, Va. 


COLSTON, WILLIAM H.. JR. 


Roanoke Rapids 


COLTON. KATHLEEN HARRIS 


Jacksonville 


COLTRAIN. MAMIE ESTELLE 


Jamesville 


COLWELL, BRENDA KATE 


Wallace 


COMBS, CAROL ANN 


Creswell 


CONNORS, CHARLES E.. JR. 


Pawtucket, R. I. 


CONWAY. JUDITH LOUISE 


Kinston 


COOK. WAYNE 


Keeslev. Miss 


COOKE. CONNIE KAYE 


Zebulon 


COOLEY. ALICE FAYE 


Randleman 


COON. JOHN WILLIAM 


Kannapolis 


COOPER, MARY LOUISE 


Clayton 


COOPER. WILLIAM G. 


Raleigh 


COPELAND. J. WINSTON 


Franklin. Va. 


COPLEY, WILLIAM M., Ill 


Winter Park, Fla. 


COPPLE, CARL BLACKWOOD 


Elkin 


CORBETT. ARTHUR GLENN 


Macclesfield 


CORRETT, DIANNE 


Snow Hill 


COREY. DIANE 


Ahoskie 


CORN, RITA LYNN 


Charlotte 


COSTON, MARY ANGELA 


Roanoke Rapids 


GOTTEN, JO ANNE 


Fuquay Springs 


COTTINGHAM, RICHARD LYNN 


Williamsburg, Va. 


COURSEY, MARTHA 


Cherry Point 


COVINGTON, JUDITH LITTLE 


Wadesboro 


COWELL. REBECCA ANNE 


Jacksonville 


COWIE, JOAN ELIZABETH 


Fentress, Va. 


COX. BETSY AVA 


Walstonburg 


COX, BRENDA CAROLE 


Greenville 


COG. CHARLES NARR1NGTON 


Jacksonville 


COX. SAMUEL MEWBORN 


Jacksonville 


CRAIG. JUDY LYNN 


Sanford 


CRAIN. JEAN DURBIN 


Goldsboro 





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CRWKolill. CHARLES RAY 
CI! VIVll. BILLIE JEAN 
CR \\\ FORD, 1)1 VNE ELISE 
CR VWFORD, KA"i ELLEN 
CREECH. CHARLES WADDELL 
CREECH. JOSEPH GLENN 



[ORE, ANDREW THEODORE 
AW, LINDA ANN 

MARGARET MELISSA 
EUCHARD L. 
!R. FRANCES ALENE 

ANNE CAROL 



CROOM. EMIIA I "i 
CROTTS, STEPHEN WILEY 
CROWDER, RICHARD WILLIAM 
CRUMP, JAMES WILEY 
CRUMP. RONALD WAYNE 
CRUTCHFIELD, PHYLLIS GILL 



Thomasville 

Chocowinity 

Westwood, N. J. 

Arlington, Va. 

Zebulon 

Clayton 



Moyock 

Durham 

Reidsville 

wn, N. Y. 

Selma 

LaGrange 



Ayden 

Winston-Salem 

Clarksville, Va. 

Mount Holly 

Alexandria, Va. 

Efland 



Clk 



1^**^1^* 



CIMMINCS. GEORGE WASHINGTON Atlantic Bead,. Fla. 

CURRIN, GUSSIE LEIGH Oxford 

CURRIN, JOHN CLARY Durham 

CURTIS. COLON DENNIS Greensboro 

DAIL, GRACE OLIVIA LaGrange 

DAIL. JAMES RONALD Edenton 




DAIL. ROBBIE NILE 
DALEY, JOAN MARIE 
DAMERON, JOSEPH R. 
DANCY, WILLIAM TAYLOR 
DANIELS, EDWARD LEE 
DANIELS. HERMAN BLOUNT 



Greenville 

Washington 

Swansboro 

Winston-Salem 

Goldsboro 

Bethel 



DARR. PAMELA BOWEN 
DAUGHETY, GAYLORD KEITH 
DAUGHTRY, CAROLYN JEAN 
DAUGHTRY, RONNIE CLIFTON 
DAVENPORT, DANA LEE 
DAVENPORT, MICHAEL SNELL 


Fairfax, Va. 

Kinston 

Four Oaks 

Faison 

Columbia 

Creswell 


DAVES, BETTY LOUISE 
DAVID, PATRICIA LEWIS 
DAVIS, BARBARA JEAN 
DAVIS, DONALD CORBETT 
DAVIS, FLORA PATRICIA 
DAVIS, JOSEPH EDGAR, JR. 


Durham 

Middlesex 

Rocky Mount 

Seaboard 

Whiteville 

Raleigh 


DAVIS, NANNIE ELIZA 
DAVIS, SALLY ANN 
DAVIS, SANDRA ANITA 
DAVIS, SANDRA TAYLOR 
DEAL, TONY RAY 
DEANS, NANCY SAUNDRA 


Grifton 

Goldsboro 

Marshallherg 

Elizabeth City 

China Grove 

Sims 


DEATON, SANDRA CAROL 
DEBNAM. DANNY KEITH 
DELEMARRE. JOHN KENNETH 
DEL RUSSO, ALFRED MICHAEL 
DENNING. FRED THOMAS 
DENNIS, BERKEY LEE 


Goldsboro 

Zebulon 

Lynnbrook, N.'Y. 

Cedar Grove, N. J. 

Greenville 

Greenville 



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President Jenkins congratu- 
lates Miss Ruth White at the 
tea which was given in her 
honor. 



P3J13S 




DENNIS, JOYCE FAYE 


Ayden 


DENNIS, LEILA GRACE 


Ayden 


DESHONG, WILLIAM EARL, JR. 


Havelock 


DEWEY, CHARLES ALEXANDER, III 


Charlotte 


DICKENS. JAMES ROBERT 


Fuquay Varina 


DICKERSON, LYMAN BARBER 


Norfolk, Va. 


DILDAY. JOHNNY COHEN 


Ahoskie 


DILLMAN, ELIZABETH ANN 


Rockingham 


DIXON. MELDA FAYE 


Farmville 


DOBSON. EDITH DESHIELD 


Fayetteville 


DOMANSKI, GARY FRANCIS 


Peapack, N. J. 


DORSEY. MARY BARBARA 


Charlotte 


DOl CI. AS. KEITH JOHN 


Bowie, Md. 


DOW I). ROBERT EDWARD 


Bear Creek 


DOWDY. AUDREY VIRGINIA 


South Mills 


DOZIER, WANDA LIDDELL 


Moyock 


DRAPER. VIRGINIA RAE 


Rich Square 


DREW, ALMA GRACE 


Magnolia 


DRIVER. KENNETH WADE 


Tarboro 


DRUM. ROGER DALE 


Conover 


DRY. MELVIN NIXON. JR. 


Lexington 


DRYSDALE, SCOTT ALLEN 


Scarsdale, N. Y. 


DUBROW, LYNDA ELIZABETH 


Arlington, Va. 


DUDLEY, GINGER LEE 


Gretna, Va. 


DUNN, EVA ELAYNE 


Greenville 


DUNN. STEVEN LOYD 


Greensboro 


DURRER. LINDA CAROL 


Alexandria, Va. 


EARP. MARY ANNE 


Raleigh 


EDWARDS. HERMAN OSCAR, JR. 


Ahoskie 


EDWARDS. LEONARD GARY. JR. 


Charlotte 



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if characters including hill- 


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and poster girls. 


EDWARDS, RICHARD DONALD 


Goldsboro 


EDWARDS, SANDRA CATHRYN 


Goldsboro 


ELDER, SARA JEANETTE 


High Point 


ELIAS. GLORIA JEAN 


Weldon 


ELLER, REBECCA LEE 


Granite Quarry- 


ELLINGTON. CHARLES WHYTE 


Rocky Mount 


ELLIS. RONALD ALTON 


Mount Airy 


ELMORE, LINDA FAYE 


Goldsboro 


ENNIS, SARAH ELLEN 


Benson 


ENNTS. WALTER MICHAEL 


Greensboro 


EPPS, CAROLYN GWYNN 


Emporia, Va. 


ERVIN, LUCY CAROL 


Richlands 


EULISS, DANIEL BENNETT 


Graham 


EYRE, DOROTHY STEPHANA 


Greensboro 


EVANS, ALBERT L., Ill 


Goldsboro 


EVANS, CAROLYN LOUISE 


Edenton 


EVANS, LINDA ARLESE 


Greenville 


EVANS, MARGARET JEAN 


Midlothian, Va. 


EVANS. PATRICIA NELL 


Greenville 


EVANS. SARA ELIZABETH 


Raleigh 


EVERETT. WILLIAM CHARLES 


Ayden 


EVERETTE, ANNE STATON 


Fountain 


EVERETTE. MELBA JEAN 


Macclesfield 


EVERHART, ROBERT GARVEY 


Lexington 




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EVERSON, HELEN LAMARR 


Washington 


EVER. LINDA ANNE 


Elizabeth City 


FADEL, ALBERT JOSEPH 


Fayetteville 


FAIRLESS. CHARLOTTE ELAINE 


Harrellsville 


FAIRRINGTON. CASSANDRA JANE 


High Point 


FALKIE, JANET MARIE 


Chester, Pa. 


FARABOW, JEANNE EVERONDE 


Fuquay Springs 


FARMER. CAROLYN MAE 


Mount Olive 


FARMER. FRANK DANIELS, JR. 


Wilson 


FAULKNER, CHARLEENE BRUCE 


Wadesboro 


FEIMSTER. LARRY DEAN 


Mooresville 


FERGUSON, DANNY THOMAS 


Winston-Salem 


FIELDS, CHARLES RUSSELL, JR. 


Greenville 


FIELDS, JOHN THOMAS 


Winston-Salem 


FINCH. KAY STRICKLAND 


Morehead City 


FINMAN. EDWARD DAVID 


Charlotte 


FITZGERALD, JOHN EDMUND 


Altavista, Va. 


FLAKE, MABLELEEN 


Greenville 


FLANAGAN, MARK FRANCIS 


Washington, D. C. 


FLANDERS. BOB ST. JOHN 


Birmingham. Mich. 


FLOWERS. JAMES DONALD 


Clayton 


FLOWERS, JUDITH ROSE 


Washington 


FLYNT, NANCY FAYE 


Kernersville 


FONTAINE, LINDA LEE 


Woodsdale 


FORBES, BILLIE SUE 


Farmville 


FORBES. JUDITH LUCILLE 


Smithfield 


FORD. KATHERINE IRIS 


Kinston 


FORSYTHE. JAMES ROBERT 


New Bern 


FOSTER, DEBLIA MARIE 


Greenville 


FOSTER, SALLY ANN 


Littleton 





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FOWLER, JERRY WAYNE 


Winston-Salem 


FOWLER, MILLIE LOUISE 


Williamston 


FOX. IRVING HUNTINGTON, III 


Halifax, Va. 


FRANK, LINDA JEAN 


Ayden 


FRANKS, ZATHA ANN 


Newport News, Va. 


FRAZIER, NANCY JEAN 


Henderson 


FRAZIER, WILLIAM REID 


Roanoke, Va. 


FREEMAN, NANCY FAYE 


Windsor 


FREEMAN, NEIL 


Plymouth 


FRITTS, TERRIE ANNA 


Lexington 


FULLER, JUDY GOLD 


Pine.ops 


FULLERTON, MARTHA SUMWALT 


Charlotte 


FUQUA. WILLIAM ERNEST, JR. 


Raleigh 


FURR, HOWARD EUGENE 


Salisbury 


FUSSELL, ARTHUR McKAY 


Weldon 


GAFFNEY, JOHN JOSEPH 


Elkins Park, Pa. 


GAINES. ROBERT HOLT 


Annapolis, Md. 


GALLOWAY, PATRICIA LEE 


Supply 


GANG, PATRICIA KATHLEEN 


Laurel Bay 


GARDNER. JERRILYN- 


Greenville 


GARNER. JUDY GRACE 


Greenville 


GARNER, PRISCILLA JO 


Newport 


GARRETT, BASIL WILKERSON, JR. 


Roxboro 


GARRIS, CAROLYN KAY 


Greenville 



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Kathy Salle and Keith Hobbs 
exhibit their agility at per- 
forming the twist at a Pika 
party. 




279 







GASKILL, MARY ELLA 


Raleigh 


GAY, ROSE CAROL 


Zebulon 


GEE, MICHAEL CROFTON 


Petersburg, Va. 


GILBERT, LINDA GAIL 


Kinston 


GILBERT, WILLIAM R„ JR. 


Rocky Mount 


GILCHRIST, EDNA EARLE 


Roseboro 


GILES. BONNYE LYNN 


Fayetteville 


GILL, FRANK CORYDON, JR. 


Raleigh 


GILLIAM, BRIAN DIUGUID 


Alexandria, Va. 


GILLIKIN. BENJAMIN MARVIN 


Atlantic 


GLOVER, MARY ELIZABETH 


Bailey 


GLOVER, WADE RAYMOND 


Fremont 


GODWIN, THOMAS MACK 


Durham 


COINS. RALPH MICHAEL 


Durham 


GOLDEN, JUDY LEE 


Atlantic 


COLON, WAYNE LEONARD 


Midland Park, N. J. 


GOOCH. CATHERINE ROSE 


New Bern 


GOODNIGHT, LARRY MILTON 


Salisbury 


GOODWIN, BETTY JO 


Raleigh 


GODWIN, JAMES HUNTER, JR. 


Clinton 


GOODWIN, LINDA WOODS 


Raleigh 


GOODWIN, MARY LINTON 


Greenville 


GOODWIN, MARY SHEILA 


Arlington, Va. 


GOODWIN, VERNON FRANKLIN, JR. 


Fayetteville 


GORDON, JERRY GLENDA 


Ahoskie 


GRAHAM. KAY FRANCES 


Efland 


GREASON. JUDY KAYE 


Saint Pauls 


GREENE. BARBARA ANN 


Griffon 


GREENE, KELLY EDWARD 




GREENE. SANDY LEE 


Burlington 


GREER. ELIZABETH ANNE 


Greenville 


GRIFFIN, SUSAN 


Pinetops 


GRIGGS. GEORGE WILLIAM 


Pollocksville 


GRIMSLEY. JIMMIE RICHARD 


Wilson 


GRISSOM, DENNIS MICHAEL 


Henderson 


GRISSOM, HILDA RUTH 


Stedman 


GRIST, KATHERINE VIRGINIA 


Wilmington 


GROGAN, LUCY ALLEN 


Leaksville 


GRUBBS. GEORGE RAY 


Kernersville 


GUICE, GIGI 


Greenville 


GUPTON, FRANCES JEAN 


Rocky Mount 


GURLEY, CORNELIA MARSH 


Princeton 


GURLEY, JAMES CAPEHART, III 


New Bern 


GUTHRIE, JEAN MALLOY 


Yancyville 


GUYTAR, FRANCES JO 


Newton 


HAAR. MARGARET COLWELL 


Wilmington 


HACKWORTH, CECIL LEON 


Aberdeen 


HADDOCK, CAROL ANN 


Grimesland 


HADDOCK. LARUE DUNN 


Vanceboro 


HADDON, CLAUDIA LENORE 


Petersburg, Va. 


HAFI MAN, JERRI DIANE 


Snow Hill 


HAGERTY. GUY LOUIS 


Greenville 


HAHN, JEFFREY CARL 


Nazareth, Pa. 


HAISLIP, ANN PERRY 


Hamilton 


HALE, GLORIA JEAN 


New Bern 


HALE, RICHARD OLIVER 


Greensboro 


HALE, SARA FRANCES 


Rocky Mount 


HALL, CELIA RACHEL 


Fayetteville 


HALL, ELANIN ELIZABETH 


Autryville 


HALL, GEORGE PERRY 


Seaboard 


HALL, HERSEY HINTON 


Raleigh 


HALL. JEFFREY KENNETH 


Hookerton 


HALL, MARY BARBARA 


Clinton 


.HALL, NANCY ANN 


Charlotte 


HALL, PAMELA KATE 


Portsmouth, Va. 


HAMILTON. JOHN EDWARD 


Upper Darby, Pa. 



HANDY, MIKE DEAN 


Ridgeway, Va. 


HANEY, PATRICIA JANE 


Fayetteville 


HANSEN, CHARLES HARDIN, JR. 


Fayetteville 


HARBEN, RONALD CHARLES 


Charlotte 


HARBOLT, JIMMY LEE 


Goldsboro 


HARDEE, MARGARET DEAN 


Enfield 


HARDEN, THAD EUGENE 


Erwin 


HARDISON, LINDA ALLIE 


Jamesville 


HARDISON, ROBERT HARVEY, JR. 


Arapahoe 


HARDY, BARBARA ANN 


Snow Hill 


HARDY, FLOREINE MICHELE 


Kinston 


HARGETT, EVA KATE 


Monroe 


HARMON, JOAN PATRICIA 


Arlington, Va. 


HARPE. HENRY CLIFTON 


Elkin 


HARRELL. PEGGY JEANNE 


Greenville 


HARRIS, CAROL JEAN 


Wilmington 


HARRIS. CHARLES WAYNE 


Williamsburg, Va. 


HARRIS, EMILY DOLORES 


Franklinton 


HARRIS, JOHN HENRY, III 


Weldon 


HARRIS, LESTER RAY 


Jacksonville 


HARRIS, NANCY LEA 


Durham 


HARRIS, RACHEL ANNE 


Garner 


HARRIS, RICHARD LINWOOD 


Burlington 


HARRIS, SHEILA RAE 


Albemarle 


HARRIS, WILLIAM GASKINS 


Havelock 


HARRIS, WILLIAM LESTER, JR. 


New Bern 


HART, BARBARA ANN 


Greensboro 


HART, ELEANOR FRANCES 


Winterville 


HARVEY, JAMES BROWNING 


Littleton 


HARVEY, JOSEPH M. 


Wildwood, N. J. 








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HARVILLE. SANDRA KAY 
HASKINS. WOODROW BRYAN 
HATCHER, JAMES RUSSELL 
HATHAWAY. STANLEY 0, JR. 
HAUFLER. DONALD CARL 
HAYWORTH. WILLIAM WADE 



HAZLETT, SANDRA HALL 
HAZZARD. ALBERT BERDALE 
HEARN, VIRGINIA ELEANOR 
HEATH. KENNETH BRUCE 
HELMS, H. W., JR. 
HELMS, JESSE GORE 



HERRING, ANNA NICHOLSON 
HERRING, JOYCE CAROLYN 
HERRING. LARRY BEGGETT 
HERRI.NGTON. PHILLIP LEE 
HERSH, PAUL WARREN 
HESTER. ALICE FAYE 



HEWITT, BARBARA LEE 
HICKMAN, RUFFS ALLAN, JR. 
HICKS, BRANDA CAROL 
HIGGINS. LINDA FAYE 
HIGH, JAMES EDWIN 
HIGH, REBECCA LANE 



Winston-Salem 

Franklinton 

Draper 

Greenville 

Hampton, Va. 

Asheboro 



Colonial Heights, Va. 

High Point 

McLean, Va. 

Havelock 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 



Roseboro 

Salemburg 

Benson 

Martinsville, Va. 

Washington, D. C. 

Bladenboro 



Whiteville 

Garner 

Pikeville 

Smithfield 

Radford, Va. 

Rocky Mount 



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HILL. JOAN GAIL 
HILL. KEITH EDWARD 
HILTON. JOSEPH TRUMAN, III 
HINE, BRENDA LOU 
HJORTSVANG, PAUL T. 



HoBBS. JOAN ELIZABETH 
HOERTER, JOHN C. 
HOEF, KATHRYN ELOISE 
HOLLAND, FRANK WILLIAM 
HOLLAND, LOTTIE JO 
HOLLAND, PAUL WAYNE 



HOLLINGSWORTH. FRED P. 
HOLLINGSWORTH. JERRY LAWRENCE 
HOLLINGSWORTH, SUSAN L. 
HOLMES. GLENN EDWARD 
HOLSHOUSER, EUGENE OMER 
HOLT. DORIS EARLENE 



HOLT. NAOMI JANE 
HONDROS, PETE ARTHUR 
HOOKS. JUDITH ANEIDA 
HOOKS. ROSEMARY 
HOOPER. TRACIE ELIZABETH 
HOPKINS. SYLVIA LANE 



Winterville 

Clayton 

Pink Hill 

Chapel Hill 

/inston-Salem 

Greenville 



Durham 
Chatham, N. J. 
Belhaven 
Raleigh 
Willard 
Fayetteville 



Norfolk. Va. 

Wilson 

Spring Hope 

Lexington 

Rockwell 

Graham 



Wilson 

Winston-Salem 

Fremont 

Fayetteville 

Greenville 

Rocky Mount 



HORKAN, MICHAEL TIM 
HORNE, ANN TAYLOR 
HORNE, COY C. 
HOTCHNER. MITCHELL G. 
HOUSE. ELIZABETH M. 
HOUSTON, PENNY G. 


Falls Church, Va. 

Kure Beach 

Maxton 

Lvnbrook, N. Y. 

Nokesville, Va. 

Charlotte 


HORIS. LARRY K. 
HOWARD, AMANDA M. 
HOWARD. LINDA E. 
HOWARD. MOLI.IE E. 
HOWE. MICHAEL S. 
HOWELL. FRANCES Y. 


Lincolnton 

Seven Springs 

Southport 

Scotland Neck 

Hamlet 

Falls Church, Va. 


HOYLE. JERRY WAYNE 
HUBBARD. HILDA GRACE 
HUDGINS, TERECE C. 
HUDSON, A. R. 
HUDSON, DAVID B. 
HUDSON, WILLIAM M. 


Henderson 

New Bern 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Concord 

Java, Va. 

Greensboro 


HUFF, MARVIN J. 
HUNSUCKER. PATRICIA L. 
HUNT. JOHN E. 
HUTTO, SYLVIA F. 
IDOL, JOHN F. 
INGOLD, RAY VAN 


Cherry Point 

Robbins 

Swansboro 

Rockv Mount 

North Wilkesboro 

Julian 


INGRAM. PEGGY J. 
INMAN, GERALD D. 
INMAN, JUDY FRANCES 
IPOCK, LINDA FAYE 
IRVING. ROBERT H. 
JACKSON, BETTE HARRIS 


Kernersville 

Lumberton 

Whiteville 

Beaufort 

Hendersonville 

Durham 



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JACKSON, HENRY BRUCE 
JACKSON, JULIA ANN 
JAFFE, ROBERT LOUIS 
JARMAN. CECIL THOMAS 
JARVIS, OLLIE RENN 
JEFFRIES, LILLIE MAE 


Vass 

Wilmington 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Petersburg, Va. 

Leaksville 


JENKINS, CHARLES RAYMOND 
JENKINS, JANICE GENEVA 
JENNINGS, HELEN MARTHA 
JENNINGS, LINDA SUE 
JENNINGS, STEGEN ERIC 
JERNIGAN, JAMES DONALD 


Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Richmond, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Dunn 


JERNIGAN, MARILYN LOU 
JILCOTT. CHARLES B., JR. 
JOHNSON, BETTY JOANN 
JOHNSON, BONNIE EULETA 
JOHNSON, ETTA MAE 
JOHNSON, JOEL KEITH 


Godwin 

Logansport, Ind. 

Kinston 

Oxford 

Bladenboro 

Smithfield 


JOHNSON, JUDY LYNN 
JOHNSON, MARY GABLE 
JOHNSON, MELONIE 
JOHNSON. MILDRED LINDA 
JOHNSON, PATRICIA MAE 
JOHNSON, PEGGY JOAN 


Benson 

Sanford 

Madisonville, Kv. 

Smithfield 

Coats 

Newton Grove 


JOHNSON, SARAH NELL 
JOHNSON, SHIRLEY ANN 
JOHNSON, SYLVJA KAYE 
JOHNSTON. HARRIETT SUE 
JOHNSTON, ROBERT BUNN 
JONES, BEVERLY DIANE 


Angier 

Jamestown 

Snow Camp 

Wallace 

Greenville 

Falls Church, Va. 


JONES, CHARLES LEWIS 
JONES, EMMETT PARKER, JR. 
JONES, LAURA VIRGINIA 
JONES, LINDA THERESA 
JONES, MARY ALICE 
JONES, MIRIAM ALICE 


Norfolk, Va. 

Tyner 

Wake Forest 

Swansboro 

Pikesville 

Ahoskie 


JONES, PATRICIA HOLT 
JONES, RICHARD HENRY 
JONES, THOMAS LESTER, JR. 
JONES, VASCO DEVACA 
JORDAN, JOYCE MARIE 
JOYNER, DAVID CHARLES 


Burlington 

Newton, N. J. 

Lewiston 

Rocky Mount 

Sunhury 

Lewiston 


JOYNER, DONNA LOUISE 
JOYNER, JILL COLVIN 
JOYNER, JUDITH ANN 
JOYNER, THELMA GRACE 
JUSTICE, THOMAS FRANKLIN 
JUSTUS, SUZANNE BLANTON 


Burlington 

Vanceboro 

Rocky Mount 

Mount Olive 

Jacksonville 

Shelby 


KAMENETZ, FRANCES EILEEN 
KANNAN. JACKIE E. 
KAYLOR, ROBERT WAYNE 
KEATTS. RONALD EUGENE 
KEEL, DOROTHY JEAN 
KEEL, MARY MARTIN 


Greensboro 

Goldsboro 

Wilmington 

South Boston, Va. 

Robersonville 

Portsmouth, Va. 


KELLEY, DAVID EARL 
KEMPSON. BARBARA MUSTIAN 
KENDRICK. BARRY DALE 
KENNEDY. GEORGE E. 
KEPLER, CLAUDIA LEW 
KERN, MILTON S. 


Winston-Salem 

Warrenton 

Green Pond, N. J. 

Beulaville 

Milton, Pa. 

Star 


KERSEY, THOMAS A. 
KEY, MONNIE PAULETTE 
KINARD, BETTY JOHN 
KING, DIANE HUNT 
KING, MICHAEL BRIAN 
KING, RONALD HUGH 


Springfield, Va. 
Robbins 
Pantego 
Charlotte 
Kinston 
Bear Creek 





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Ahoskie 


KIRBY, KENNETH NATHANIAL 


Dunn 


KIRKLAND, THURLOE LAWRENCE 


Pendleton 


KLEI.NFELDT, SANFORD 


Charlotte 


KLUTZ, BRENDA RUTH 


Rockwell 


KNIGHT, BETTY DORIS 


Henderson 


KNOCH, DAVID HENRY 


Arlington, Va. 


KNOELLER, FRANK 0., JR. 


Annandale, Va. 


KNOWLES. JUNE ELIZABETH 


Portsmouth, Va. 


KNOX, LINDA REBECCA 


Tarboro 


KOONCE, SUE ELLEN 


Jacksonville 


KOONTZ, SYLVIA SUE 


Welcome 


KORNEGAY, CARROLL GREGG 


Pine Level 


KORNEGAY. WINSLOW JUDD 


Pine Level 


KUHNS. RONALD DWIGHT 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


KUYKENDALL, JOSEPH EARL, JR. 


Statesville 


LAMAR, THOMAS CLYDE, JR. 


New Bern 


LAMBETH. MICHAEL STEPHEN 


Thomasville 


LAMM. LEVERNA E. 


Elizabeth City 


LAMPLEY, INA KAY 


Biscoe 


LANCASTER. A. ELIZABETH 


Rocky Mount 


LANDRY. FERNAND A., JR. 


Charlestown, W. Va. 


LANE. ROBERT NELL 


Arlington, Va. 


LANKY. MARY BIVENS 


Monroe 


LANGDON, BECKY LOU 


Coats 


LANGDON, CHARLENE AARON 


Benson 


LANGLEY, DAVID FRANCIS 


Quantico, Va. 


LANMNG. HARLAND GEORGE 


Arlington, Va. 


LARSON, WILLIAM ROLAND 


Rutledge, Pa. 


LASTER. SHEILA CAMILLE 


Asheville 



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LATTA. DOROTHY MARIE 
LATTIMORE. GARY- 
LAWRENCE. JUDITH CAROLYN 
LEE, MARY MARJORIE 
LEE. ULA JANE 
LEE. VIRGINIA SHARON 



LEGGETT, BEVERLY ANN 
LEGGETT. RICHARD CARLTON 
LEIGH, JOHN Z. 
LENG. DON HUGH 
LEONARD, JERRY STEVE 
LEONARD, DEITRA MARIE 



LEONARD, JEWELL SANDRA 
LESTER. JAMES THOMAS 
LEWIS. BARBARA LOUISE 
LEWIS. DEANNA MAXINE 
LEWIS, DONNA BELL 
LEW !>. M \RGARET HELON 



LEWIS. PEGGY ANN 

LEW IS. SANDRA EARLENE 

LIEBERMAN, NORMAN GERALD 

LIKE. HILARY RIT \ 

LILLY. THOMAS EDWARD 

LINKER, MARTIN NEEL 



illston Spa, N. Y. 

Winterville 

Arlington, Va. 

Four Oaks 

Durham 



Battleboro 

Kinston 

Gastonia 

Chapel Hill 

Lexington 

Lexington 



Fayetteville 

Ayden 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville 

Morehead City 

Beaufort 



Statesville 

Greensboro 

Durham 

Massapequa. N. Y. 

Salisbury 

Mooresville 




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LITTLE, JAMES DOYLE 
LITTLE, THELMA FAYE 
LITTLETON, TROWBRIDGE 
LOCKHART, CAROLYN VAUGHN 
LOFLIN, JEFFERY HAYES 
LONDEREE, GEORGE WILLIAM 



LOWRY, ANNETTE 
LOY, HARRIET TURRENTINE 
LUCAS, JUNEAL KAYE 
LUCAS, SALLIE ELIZABETH 
LUCKHAM, RUTH DALE 
LURVEY. PATRICIA ANNE 



LYNCH, BRENDA SUE 
LYNN, RONALD FRANKLIN 
LYONS, JAMES THOMAS 
McARTHUR, RANDALL LEE 
McCOY. RUSSELL EDWARD 
McCULLEN, MARIANA SUGG 



Ma.DIARMID. JOHN MacLEOD 
McDILL, PEGGY ANN 

Mcdonald, harry shaw 
Mcdonald, laura helen 
Mcdonald, mary shaw 
mcgowan. gerald gordon 



McGUIRE, BUREL JERRY 
McILWEAN, GENE PERRY 
McLNTYRE. RUBY ELAINE 
McKAY, JOSEPH ELLIS 
McKENZIE. MICHAEL EUGENE 
McLAMB, RONALD CARLIE 



Mclaughlin, jerome joseph 

McLEOD, BRENDA KAY 
McLEOD, LEALON EARL 
McMANUS, JANE IRENE 
McMANUM, NATHANIEL JAMES 
McNAIRY. MARY ELIZABETH 



McNALLY. CAROL JO 
McNEELY, DON COLEMAN 
McRAE. CORIE FRANKLIN 
McSHANE, MICHAEL JOHN 
MADRY. NORMAN WORTH 
MALLARD, JULIA CATHERINE 



MALLARD. MICHAEL SAUNDERS 
MALLORY. JAMES DOUGLAS, JR. 
MALONE, JOHNNIE ELIZABETH 
MANGIAPANE, CHARLES SAM 
MANNING, JANE 
MANNING, WILLIAM NORMAN 



MANTOOTH. BRANDA CAROL 
MARASCO, JAMES JOSEPH 
MARBRY, BRENDA PAULETTE 
MARINE, LESLEY DONNA 
MARKHAM, MYRA DIANE 
MARKLAND. BRENDA SUE 



MARKS. EBEN LEE 

MARLOWE, DOUGLAS ANTHONY 

MARSHALL, CONNIE 

MARSHALL. JOHN WILLIAMSON, JR. 

MARTIN, JENNIE SUE 

MARTIN. KENNETH WAYNE 



MARTIN. WILLIAM WALLACE 
MASON, SANDRA JEAN 
MASSEY, EARL V. 
MASSEY, JOANNE 
MASTI.N, ROBERT FRED, JR. 
MATHEWS. DONALD GLENN 



Greenville 

Ash 

Middleburg, Va. 

Semora 

Welcome 

Charlottesville, Va. 



Elizabeth City 

Graham 

Durham 

Lucama 

Morehead City 

Washington 



Selma 

Goldsboro 

Springfield, Va. 

Red Sluing* 

Raleigh 

Faison 



Rocky Mount 

Alexandria, Va. 

Greensboro 

Simpson 

St. Pauls 

Greenville 



High Point 

New Bern 

Ivanhoe 

Greenville 

Asheville 

Coats 



Lynbrook, N. Y. 
Norman 
Norman 
Hamlet 
Sun bury 
Greensboro 



Alexandria, Va. 

Hickory 

Thomasville 

Alexandria, Va. 

Burlington 

Burgaw 



Tranton 

Plymouth 

Fayetteville 

New York City, N. Y. 

Middlesex 

Plymouth 



Goldsboro 

Norfolk, Va. 

Albemarle 

Charlotte 

Cary 

Winston-Salem 



Speed 

Draper 

Maysville 

Greensboro 

Macclesfield 

Greensboro 



Leaksville 

Naruna, Va. 

Rehoboth, Del. 

Princeton 

Elkin 

Elizabeth City 




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entertainment for a rainy Saturday afternoon in the 
BUCCANEER Office. 



MATLOCK, SANDRA GAIL 


Greensboro 


MATTESON, MARY CATHRlNE 


Greensboro 


MATTHEWS, WALTER EDWARD 


Hertford 


MATTOX, DONALD HUBERT 


Wilson 


MAULTSBY, NANCY CAROLYN 


Mebane 


MAURER, JO ANN 


Rocky Mount 


MAY, DONALD WAYNE 


Durham 


MAYNARD. MARY ALICE 


Dunn 


MAYO, WILLIAM LYMAN, JR. 


Plymouth 


MAZZOCCOLI, PASZUALE J. T. 


Alexandria, Va. 


MEADOWS, JERRY CLARK 


Rocky Mount 


MEDFORD, JERRY NOYEL 


Clinton 


MELSON, DORIS IRENE 


Clinton 


MELTZER, MARK 


Lynbrook, N. Y. 


MERCER, PEGGY LOUVENIA 


Lucama 


MERRITT, JAMES FRANCIS 


Wake Forest 


MERRITT, TROY CLINTON, JR. 


Fayetteville 


MEWBORN, EVANGELINE CAROLE 


La Grange 


MEWBORN, JACK T. 


La Grange 


MEWBORN, JANE BUTLER 


Grifton 


MICHAELS, MABEL RUTH 


Burlington 


MIDGETT, MOLLIE SUSAN 


Hatteras 


MIDGETTE, EVAN JAMES 


Elizabeth City 


MILLEN, JAMES ROBERT 


Arlington, Va. 


MILLER, CRAIG E. 


Kennett Square, Pa. 


MILLER, DONALD SALYERDS 


Washington 


MILLER, HARLIE ALLEN 


Raleigh 


MILLER, MARILYN VERN 


Durham 


MILLER. MELINDA CAROL 


Elizabeth City 


MILLS, FLOYD RUDY 


Greenville 


MILLS, LOU JEAN 


Charlotte 


MILLS, MARY JO 


Greenville 


MINCHER, JANET ALIESE 


Roanoke Rapids 


MITCHELL, BEVERLY W. 


Raleigh 


MITCHELL, LURAY VIRGINIA 


Millsboro, Del. 


MITCHELL, REBECCA DREW 


Aulander 


MITTENBERGER, DEL JAY 


Washington 


MIZESKO, GEORGIA 


Morehead City 


MODLIN, RACHEL 


Jamesville 


MOHLE, JUDITH ANN 


Ayden 


MONFALCONE. MARY SUE 


Newport News, Va. 


MONK, MARJORIE HELEN 


Ahoskie 


MONTGOMERY, LAURA 


Jonesville 


MOORE, BETTY LYNN 


Hamlet 


MOORE, CLIFTON GOODWIN 


Greenville 


MOORE, DORIS RAE 


Burlington 


MOOSE, LINDA GAIL 


Cary 


MORGAN, GAYLE SUSAN 


Spring Hope 




MOROAN. WILLIAM THOMAS 
MORRIS. CAROL FLOWERS 
MORRIS, JANET GAYLE 
MORRIS, LINDA GAYLE 
MORRIS, ROSS ANN 
MORRIS, SHEILA JANE 



MORRISON. KI.IZ\BETH EVE 
MOSS, JAMES HOWARD 
MOYE, FRANCES DUKE 
MULL, CHARLES MELTON 
MURPHY, LAWRENCE WARREN 
MURPHY. MARY JOAN 



MURPHY, ROBERT THOMAS, JR. 
MURRAY, SHARON GAYLE 
NATOUR, SAMIR BUTROS 
NAYLOR, DORIS LYNN 
NAYLOR. LARRY ARCHIE 
NEESE, MARSHA JOAN 



NEILL. DAVID COLLINS 
NELSON. MELOIN GLENN 
NEVILLE, D. ANN 
NEWMAN, SARA FRANCES 
NEWSOME, KENNETH 
NEWTON, GLENDA ANN 



NICHOLS, PHYLLIS RAE 
NICHOLSON, RAYMOND E., JR. 
NIXON, ANNIE RUTH 
NOBLES. FRANCES MARIE 
NORRIS, BRENDA GAY 
NORRIS, LARRY GENE 



Oxford 
Wilson 
Denton 
Hickory 
Richmond, Va. 
Staunlon, Va. 



Leesburg, Va. 

Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

Farmville 

Hickory 

Nazareth. Pa. 

Asheville 



Farmville 

Dunn 

Ramallah, Jordan 

Dunn 

Dunn 



Radill 



Clifton Heights. Pa. 

Greenville 

Chapel Hill 



Greenville 

Fay:tt:ville 
Edenton 

Grimesland 
Dunn 
Dunn 



NORVILLE. CAROL MARIE 
NUTT, SANDRA KAYE 
NYLANDER. JUDITH KATHLEEN 
OAKLEY, ALMA JEANNETTE 
OAKLEY, SARA ELIZABETH 
O'BRIANT, FRANCIS HOGAN 



ODOM. DOUGLAS CARLYLE 
ODOM, LEGGETTE WELLINGTON 
ODOM, MYRTLE JANE 
OGBURN, JOY LEE 
O'HARE, THOMAS EUGENE 
OLIVER, DOC BERRY 



OLIVER. JOYCE GAYNELLE 
OLSEN, COATES MARIE 
O'NEAL, ERICK WOODY 
O'NEAL. GLENDA JANE 
ORR, CELIA KAY 
O'SHIELDS, MAE ORA 



OTEY. GERALD JAMES, JR. 
OVERTON, MARY ELIZABETH 
PADGETT, DIANA GAIL 
PADRICK, BARBARA GAIL 
PAGE, BOBBY GLENN 
PAHL, MARGARET SUE 



PAIT, HENRY THOMAS 
PALMER, CHARLES CECIL 
PALMERI, ROBERT ANGELO 
PANTON, ALICE KAYE 
PARKER. ESTHER 
PARKER, JUDY KAY 



Fountain 

Durham 

Richmond, Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Greenville 

Greensboro 



Dallas, Tex. 

Wagram 

Burlington 

Willow Springs 

Greensboro 

Pine Level 



Clinton 

Charlotte 

Crozet, Va. 

Kinston 

Falls Church, Va. 



Lanexa. Va. 

Rocky Mount 

Asheville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Autryville 



Greensboro 

Fayetteville 

Dumont, N. J. 

Milwaukee 

Pollocksville 

Benson 




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PARKER, DALLAS P., Ill 
PARLIER. MARTHA SHEILA 
PARMELEE, CINDA RAE 
PARRISH, WILLARD LEE 
PARRY. WALLACE TREDICK 
PARSONS, ALICE JUNE 



PARTLY ROBERT BENSON 
PATE, HILDA RUSSELL 
PATE, SHYRLYNN A. 
PATE, WILLIAM COBB, JR. 
PATTERSON, CATHERINE JUNN 
PATTON, VELMA JEAN- 



PAUL, MAURICE ROY 
PAYNE. CHARLES WELFORD 
PEACE, CRAWFORD GRANDY 
PEARCE, CAROL RIVERS 
PEARCE, LINDA JOYCE 
PEARSON, ROBERT ALFRED 



PEARSON. WILLIAM SCOTT 
PECQUEUR, ANDRE JOHN 
PEEDIN, LINDA ANN 
PEGRAM, GARRY THOMAS 
PENDER, FRANCES SUSAN 
PENDERGRASS, RANNIE JO 



PENNINGTON. BRENDA KAY 
PENTECOST. JOHN MICHAEL 
PERKINS. CAROLYN 
PERNELL. LARRY EUGENE 
PERRY, BOBBY HIRAM 
PERRY. BARBARA SUE 



Elizabeth City 
Hickory 



Rocky Mount 



Scotland Neck 



Burlington 



New ( hleans La. 



Belhaven 
Halifax, Va. 
Halifax, Va. 

Franklin 
Benson 

Charlotte 



Greensboro 

New Castle, Del. 

Micro 

Sanford 

Durham 

Durham 



Wendell 

Fort Bragg 

Lumberton 

Rocky Mount 

Greensboro 

Kinston 



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PERRY, LINWOOD MACK 
PERRY, RAYMOND DALE 
PETERS, ROBERT LARRY 
PETERSON. CHRISTINE LEWIS 
PETTIGREW. JACQUELINE MAE 
PHELPS, BRENDA RAY 



PHELPS. ELIZABETH ESTELLE 
PHILLIPS, BARLEY FRANK 
PHILLIPS, LARRY WAYNE 
PHILLIPS, LINDA KAY 
PHILLIPS. DEBORAH ANNETTE 
PHILLIPS. SYLVIA DIANNE 



PICKREL, JOHN HOWARD 
PIERCE, KENNETH MACON 
PIKE, DIANA LEIGH 
PILAND, PEGGY KNIGHT 
PIPPIN, SANDRA KAY 
PITTMAN, MARY FRANCES 



PITTMAN, THERESA ANNE 
PITTMAN, TRINA VIRE 
PITTS, BARBARA ANN 
POOLE, JOHNNY LEON 
POPE, BUDDY ALBERT 
POPE, FRANCES WARREN 



POPE. SHARON H. 
POSSINGER, DAVID FREDERICK 
POWELL, GARY CHARLES 
POWELL, JOAN ELLEN 
POWERS. ETHEL JO 
PRESLEY, RONNIE DARRELL 



PRESSER, LONA KAYE 
PRESTON, GLORIA DIANE 
PRICE. JOSEPH MANNING 
PRIDGEN. DONALD PARKER 
PRIDGEN. JUDY CAROL 
PRITCHETT, DOROTHY ANNE 



Sims 

Albemarle 

Dunn 

Bethesda, Md. 

Rocky Mount 

Durham 



Hampton, Va. 

Greenville 

Raeford 

Hookerton 

Wendell 

Lexington 



Gretna, Va. 
Windsor 
Fremont 
Oak City 
Zebulon 
Beaufort 



Apoizo, N. Y. 

Lumberton 

Alamance 

Rougemont 

Warsaw 

Dunn 



Statesville 

Wilmington, Del. 

Hampton, Va. 

Alexandria, Va. 

Raleigh 

Belmont 



Greenville 

Stokesdale 

Seaford, Del. 

Rocky Mount 

Pinetops 

Columbia 



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PROCTOR. COLDIE RUTH 


Stantonsburg 


PROCTOR, JOSEPH CLEN, JR. 


Greenville 


PROPST. GARY LEE 


Valdese 


PROPST. RONALD FRY 


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PUGH. TED MARSH. JR. 


Greensboro 


PULLEN, EDWIN LEE 


Rock 5 Mounl 


PUTNAM, SUSAN VIRGINIA 


Rocky Mount 


QUINN, DAVID CALVIN 


Farmville 


RADFORD, PEGGY JEAN 


Pine Level 


RALEY. SHEARIN DANIEL 


Washington, D. C. 


RANDALL. ANITA LUCILLE 


Durham 


RANDOLPH, JO LYNN 


Rocky Mount 


RANKIN, KENNETH V. 


Ellerbe 


RAPER. REBECCA 


Kenly 


RASOR, BROOKS MARSHALL, JR. 


Clayton 


RAYFIELD, HUBERT EUGENE, JR. 


Wadesboro 


RAYNOR, MARGARET ELIZABETH 


Fayetteville 


RAYBOURN, LELAND W., JR. 


Hampton, Va. 


READ, NANCY ELIZABETH 


Louisburg 


READE. BETSY MILLER 


Durham 


REASON. PEGGY ELOISE 


Wilson 


REAVES, DONALD JAMES 


Goldsl)oro 


RECTOR, GENE LLOYD 


Cramerton 


REDD, SARA VIRGINIA 


Maysville 


REECE. JERALD MICHAEL 


Spray 


REECE. MARY JANE 


Jonesville 


REID, JAY MARLENE 


Southern Pines 


REID, SCARLETT TEMPLE 


Elizabeth City 


REIF, PAUL B. 


New Castle. Del. 


RHODES. RUTH ANN 


Pink Hill 



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RHODES, WILLIAM B., JR. 


Raleigh 


RHONEY, GERALDINE ELIZABETH 


Hickory 


RICHARDSON, GEORGE ROBERT 


Toano, Va. 


RICH, JANICE HERITAGE 


Graham 


RICH, LARRY JOE 


Asheboro 


RICKS, ETHRIDGE HUBERT 


New Bern 


RIDDICK, BOBBIE BOWEN 


Norfolk, Va. 


RIDDICK, ANNE JUANITA 


Sanford 


RIDDICK. CHARLES JACKSON 


Hobbsville 


RIVENBARK. WILTON BRICE 


Wallace 


ROBBINS, JUDITH DIANNE 


Winston-Salem 


ROBBINS, LYNDA RUTH 


Ahoskie 


ROBBINS, PHYLLIS ANN 


Silver City 


ROISERSON. TOMMY EUGENE 


Robersonville 


ROBERTS, IRIS SUZANNE 


Richlands 


ROBERTS, JOAN LEE 


Durham 


ROBERTS. MICHELE 


Chester, Pa. 


ROBERTSON, HORACE CARROLL 


Littleton 


ROBERTSON, KENNETH LEE 


Leaksville 


RODRIGUEZ, FRED E. 


Brentwood. Md. 


RODWELL, DAVID WOODROOF 


Henderson 


ROGERS, BARBARA LEE 


Roxboro 


ROGERS. CAROL MARGARET 


Winston-Salem 


ROGERS, MIRIAM LOUISE 


Chocowinity 





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ROOKE, ALICE DELORES 
ROOKER, AMY KATHIA 
ROOT, MELISSA ELLEN 
ROSE, CHARLES FREDERICK 
ROSE, EDWIN BLAND 



ROSE, NANCY CAROL 
ROSENTAL, MARITA SYLVIA 
ROSS, PATRICIA ANN 
ROSS, PRISCILLA BRUCE 
ROUNTREE, CAROLYN GAYLE 
ROLSE, EMMA LEE 



ROUSE. PATRICIA 

RUSS, EUNICE ANNETTE 

RUST, ROBIN ANN 

SADLER, DERWOOD ROBERSON 

SALDIN, CAROLE ANN 

SALLENGER. KENNETH CARLYLE 



SANDERSON. HEBERN WARRICK 
SAPP, JANE EVA 
SARAFANDI. ABDUL FATTAH 
SASSER, VIRGINIA KAY 
SATTERWHITE, GARLAND NEAL 
SAULS, TONY RAY 



Williamston 

Norlina 

Wilmington 

Lynchburg, Va. 

Lucama 

Greensboro 



Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount 

Durham 

New Bern 

Gates 

Kinston 



Fayetteville 

Jacksonville 

Raleigh 

Williamston 

Springfield, Va. 

Windsor 



Faison 

Winston-Salem 

Salfit, Jordan 

Mount Olive 

Rutherford 

Garner 



SAUNDERS, CYNTHIA SUE 
SCHAEFER. DORIS JOYCE 
SCHMIDT, KERRY R. 
SCHWENCKE. CHRISTINE M. 
SCHWIND. PATRICIA ANNE 
SCOTT, BETTY SUE 



SCOTT, CAROL JANE 
SCOTT, HENRY DONALD 
SCOTT, HORACE KEITH 
SCOTT, MARION CHARLES 
SCOTT, PATRICIA ANN 
SCOTT, PATRICIA LEE 



SCOTT. RICHARD DOUGLAS 
SCOTT, THOMAS WALTER 
SENGER, PHILLIP L. 
SESSOMS. BARBARA LOUISE 
SHARBER. STEPHEN FOSTER 
SHAW. IRA LAYNE 



SHEA. PATRICIA ELIZABETH 
SHEARIN, DAN McRAE 
SHEARIN, KAY COLSTON 
SHEARON, BOBBY NEUMAN 
SHEFFIELD, WILLIAM WILSON 
SHELOR. RAYMOND ALAW 



SHEPARD. BRUCE G. 
SHEPHERD. DEBRA H. 
SHERMAN. GEORGE IRVING 
SHERMAN 1 , PHILLIP WAYNE 
SHERRILL. RUSSELL GRAHAM 
SHARPE. SUSAN BLAIR 



SHOUGH. JAMES STUART 
SHUMATE, ROSALIE FOX 
SIEGFIED, JUDY WILLIE 
SIGMON. JOYCE HARVEY 
SIMEONE, BARBARA ANN 
SIMMONS. MELVA LEGETTE 



SIMPSON. GEORGE JOSEPH 
SIMPSON, WALTER STANLEY 
SINGLETARY, LINDA KAYE 
SIZER, SANDRA YVONNE 
SIZER. SHARON ANN 
SLATTERY. CAROL JEAN 



Brookneal, Va. 

Greensboro 

McLean, Va. 

North Palm Beach, Fla. 

Levittown, Pa. 

Durham 



Kenly 

Richlands 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Arlington, Va. 

Durham 



Sanford 

Davidson 

Raleigh 

Lumberton 

Elizabeth City 

Broadway 



Cherry Point 

Whitakers 

Roanoke Rapids 

Wake Forest 

High Point 

Atlantic Beach 



Nagshead 

Cranford, N. J. 

High Point 

Belhaven 

Raleigh 

Washington, D. C. 



:>pray 

Greenville 

Durham 

Roanoke, Va. 

Greensboro 

Mamaconeck, N. Y. 



Rochester, N. Y. 

Gritna, Va. 

Bladenboro 

Greenville 

Rich Square 

Alexandria, Va. 



SMALL, ALICE FREEMAN 
SMALL. DIANNE IMOGENE 
SMITH, ANN CAROL 
SMITH, BARRY LEE 
SMITH, BRENDA SUE 
SMITH, CAROLYN JOYCE 


Roper 

Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville 

Nazareth, Pa. 

Benson 

Raleigh 


SMITH, DARWIN NELSON 
SMITH. DERALD MORGAN 
SMITH, EFFIE THERESA 
SMITH. EMMETT GARLAND 
SMITH, EULA MERLE 
SMITH, KENNETH RAY 


Springfield, Va. 

Goldsboro 

Hamlet 

Liberty 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 


SMITH, LELA FAYE 
SMITH, LINDA GALE 
SMITH, MARGARET NELL 
SMITH, MARY CAROLYN 
SMITH. MARY ELIZABETH 
SMITH, PATRICIA ANN 


Kinston 

Asheville 

Morehead City 

Mount Olive 

Fayetteville 

Raleigh 


SMITH, R. CRAIG 

SMITH. RALPH LEE 

SMITH, RONALD JOE 

SMITH, RUSSELL PHILLIPS, III 

SMITH, SUE ELLEN 

SMITH, VICTOR LEE 


Robbins 
Fremont 
Benson 
Cambridge, Md. 
Greensboro 
Graham 


SMITH, VIVIAN RUSSELL 
SMITH, WILLIAM WARD 
SNOW, NANCY CAROL 
SNYDER. LINDA DAWN 
SNYDER, PHILIP H. 
SOUTHERLAND, ISAAC BROWN 


Albemarle 

Robersonville 

Rocky Point 

Fayetteville 

Bethesda, Md. 

Kinston 


SPAIN, LINDA EARLE 
SPAIN. MARY ELIZABETH 
SPARROW, RONNIE WILFORD 
SPEAKS. GILBERT WAYNE 
SPEIGHT, CAROLYN ESTELLE 
SPEIGHT, JAMES E., JR. 


Washington 

Raleigh 

Williamston 

Landis 

Hookerton 

Greenville 


SPENCE, MARGARET ANNA 
SPENCER, JANE CAROLINE 
SPENCER, JOHN ELLIOTT 
SPENCER, W. JAY, JR. 
SPIVEY, NANCY MARIE 
SPRINGS, ELEANOR ANNE 


Concord 
Spencer 
Hampton, Va. 
Valdese 
Edenton 
Charlotte 


SPRUILL, JUDITH ANN 
STAFFORD, GRACE ANN 
STAFFORD, PATRICIA JANE 
STAINBACK, CAROLYN JOAN 
STALLS. PHYLLIS ANN 
STANCIL, CHARLES EDWARD 


Aurora 

Greenville 

Kernersville 

Graham 

Hassell 

Alexandria, Va. 


STAPLEFORD, LORENA RAY 
STATUTA. JOSEPH JAMES, JR. 
ST. CLAIR, DUNCAN DAVID, JR. 
STEED, ROLAND EDWARD 
STEELE, BETTY CAROL 
STEELMAN, SUSAN MARTHA 


Kinston 
Worcester, Mass. 
Charlotte 
Denton 
Hickory 
Kinston 



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STEPHENS, SHARON LA DONNA 


Chadbourn 


STEPHENSON, LINDA ADAMS 


Si-almard 


STEVENS, JERRY 


Sanlord 


STEVENS, WAYNE SCOTT 


Virgilina, Va. 


STEVENS. GEORGE DERRICK 


Falls Church, Va. 


STEWART, CLARENCE HARRISON, JR 


Henderson 


STINAGLE, GEORGE W., Ill 


Wilson 


STOCKS, BRENDA ALLEEN 


Havelock 


STOFFA, MARGUERITE LEONORA 


Hubert 


STOGNER, LINDA RUTH 


Waxhaw 


STOKES, CAROLYN JEAN 


Greenville 


STOKES, RICHARD HOUSER 


Reidsville 


STRICKLAND, CHARLES FLETCHER 


Garner 


STRICKLAND, JOHN CREECH 


Goldsboro 


STRICKLAND, JOHN DUNTON 


Louisburg 


STRICKLAND. ROBERT GERALD 


Clinton 


STRICKLAND. SHIRLEY RUTH 


Varina 


STUBBS, PEGGY HUNTER 


Greenville 


STUTTS, MARY ALICE 


Southern Pines 


STYONS, BARBARA JANE 


Jamesville 


STYRON. GEORGE TILDEN 


Morehead City 


SUDDERTH, WILLIAM HUGH 


Newland 


SUGG. EVE WHITFIELD 


Smithfield 


SULLIVAN, JUDITH LEE 


Bath 


SULLIVAN, JUNE CHERYL 


Goldsboro 


SULLIVAN, SHARON ANN 


Richmond, Va. 


SURINA, JOHN CARROLL 


Alexandria, Va. 


SUTTON. EVELYN GARNER 


Snow Hill 


SUTTON, MARGARET ANN 


Mount Olive 


SUTTON, VERNON FRANCIS 


Newton Grove 



SWAIN. TONI LYNN 
SWICEGOOD, LINDA SUE 
SWIFT. SHEILA MARIE 
SWINDELL. LINDA LEE 
SYKES, VICTOR JANN. Ill 
TALBOT, WILLIAM CARL 



TALBOT. BAKER LEE 
TATUM, WILLIAM PRYOR 
TAYLOE. EDWARD DICKINSON 
TAYLOR. ELIZABETH RUCKER 
TAYLOR. EUGENE ULYSSES. JR. 
TAYLOR. FLORENCE LYNN 



TAYLOR, JANE HAYES 
TAYLOR, JUDITH ANNE 
TAYLOR, MIRIAM VIRGINIA 
TAYLOR. SHERA DARE 
TAYLOR. THOMAS FUTRELL 
TEACHEY, WILSON GRADY 



TEASLEY. JULIA ANNE 
TEMPLE. BETTY ANN 
TEMPLE. JUDIE ALLISON 
TERRELL. CHARLES LEE, JR. 
TEW, LINDA LOU 
TEW, STANLEY MARTIN 



Spring Lake 

Lexington 

Alexandria, Va. 

Scranton 

Alexandria. Va. 

Bernardsville, N. J. 



South Boston, Va. 

San ford 

Charlottesville 

Whit 

Jackso. 

Richland 




THAYER, CAROLYN ANN 


Norfolk, Va. 


THARRINGTON. JAMES DEWITT 


Louisburg 


THIGPEN. JUDITH LUCILLE 


Greenville 


THOMAS, AILLENE STEWART 


Arlington, Va. 


THOMAS, ALBERT HENRY, JR. 


LaGrange 


THOMAS, EVELYN KAYE 


Selma 


THOMAS, MARY FRANCES 


Tarboro 


THOMES, RICHARD HARRY 


Charlotte 


THOMAS, RICHARD R. 


Arlington, Va. 


THOMPSON, HENRY HAROLD, JR. 


Charlotte 


THOMPSON, JOHN WALTER 


Sparta, N. J. 


THOMPSON, MARTHA MATTOCKS 


New Bern 


THOMPSON, MARY LEE 


Selma 


TILLETT, VERA DIONNE 


Kitty Hawk 


TINGEN, LUNDA JANE 


Liberty 


TIPPETTE, BASIL HERMAN 


Enfield 


TOLLEY, SAMUEL ROLAND 


Edenton 


TOLSON, MARY JUNE 


Woodland 


TORRES, ROBERT, JR. 


High Point 


TOWNSEND, TERRY DEAN 


Bernardsville, N. J. 


TRAGESER, PAUL JOSEPH, JR. 


Chapel Hill 


TRLMM. JANET RAY 


Richmond, Va. 


TRIPP, JUDITH ANN 


Leesville, La. 


TROGDON, ERNEST WAYNE 


Asheboro 


TUCK, JANE ELIZABETH 


Camp Lejeune 


TUCKER, CAROLYN HUNT 


Durham 


TUCKER, RUSSELL EDWIN 


Magnolia 


TURNER, MARY ALICE 


Eure 


TURNER, NANCY JANE 


Burlington 


TURNER, WILLIAM ROBERT 


Garner 




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TYLER, JUDITH EVELYN 


Greensboro 


TYMAN, LYNDA KAY 


Durham 


TYSOR, NANCY TODD 


Coinjock 


UMBERGER, MILDRED JEAN 


Wytheville, Va. 


UPCHURCH, KAREN LEIGH 


Four Oaks 


UPCHURCH, LARRY BRADY 


Raleigh 


VACCARO, JUDITH J. 


Chester, Pa. 


VALENTINO, LINDA AGNES 


Dumonte, N. J. 


VANCE, DONALD LYNN 


Kernersville 


VAN HORN, BRENDA GAIL 


Arlington, Va. 


VAN LIEROP. PATRICIA 


Tophane, Istanbul 


VANUK, DANIEL A. 


Rahway, N. J. 


VAUGHN, JAMES ALBERT 


Stokesdale 


VAUGHN, JANNICE GAIL 


Valdese 


VAUGHAN, SHIRLEY FAYE 


Youngsville 


VICK, CLARA GERALDINE 


Conway 


VICK. JACQUELINE AUDINE 


Conway 


VICK, MARTHA ANN 


Jacksonville 


VICKERS, VIVIAN LEROI 


Durham 


WADSWORTH, ELIZABETH MAY 


McLean, Va. 


WAITS, JUDY MANN 


Engelhard 


WALKER, EDWARD RAYMOND 


Lynchburg. Va. 


WALKER, KENNETH NEIL 


Sims 


WALL, MALINDA CAROLE 


Marion 



WALL. ROBERT BARRINGER 


Monroe 


WALLACE. JERRY MARTIN 


Jacksonville 


WALTER. LEA LOUISE 


Elizabeth City 


WARD, CAROLYN PARKER 


Win takers 


WARD. FOYE EMMETT, JR. 


Durham 


WARD, NANCY DION 


Hobbsville 


WARING, PATRICIA CAROL 


Richmond, Va. 


WARREN. DIANA CAROL 


Tarboro 


WARREN. TONY DAVIS 


Robersomille 


WATERS. MARY LATHAM 


Plymouth 


W VTERS, MARION HAROLD 


Jamesville 


WATKINS, DORIS POOLE 


Oxford 


WATKINS, EDWARD POWE 


Durham 


WATSON. ALYCIA DELANCY 


Sanford 


WAY. GEORGE WINFRED. JR. 


BurfinEton 


WEAVER, JAMES FRANKLIN 


Salisbury 


WEAVER. LINDA JO 


Durham 


WEAVER. MARY FRANCES 


Currie 


WEBB, ROSA GAIL 


Tarboro 


WEBBER. JANE 


Norfolk, Va. 


WEEKS. BARBARA ANN 


Newport 


WEEKS, MICAIAH MATTOCKS 


New Bern 


WEISS. AUDREY LEE 


Charlotte 


WELLS, CARROLL LAMBERTH 


Semora 


WERNER, DAVID ALLEN 


Charlotte 


WERNER. EMILY ANN 


Thomasville 


WESCOTT. COLON WAYNE 


Manteo 


WESSON. KATHRYN EILEEN 


Gastonia 


WEST. JOYCE MARIE 


Concord 


WEST, SANDRA FAYE 


Rocky Mount 


WESTER. CATHERINE LOUISE 


Spring Hope 


WESTFALL. STEPHEN MILLER 


Martinsville, Va. 


WESTON MACARTHUR 


Jacksonville 


WHEELER, MICHAEL JAMES 


Durham 


WHEELER, VALINDA ANN 


Durham 


WHICHARD, ANDREA DIXON 


Winterville 













WHICHARD, JANET ANN 
WHICKER. EDMUND BRUCE 
WHISENHUNT. MARGARET JEAN 
WHITE, ANNE STEWART 
WHITE. FRIEDA RUTH 
WHITE. GEORGIA LEAGON 



WHITE. LINDA SUTTON 
WHITE. MIRIAM KEITH 
WHITE. WILLIAM MILES 
WHITE. WILLIAM RAYMOND 
WHITEHURST, WILLIAM R. 
WHITFIELD. SANDRA PEARL 



WHIRFORD. PATRICIA JANE 
WHITLEY. MARGARET ELAINE 
WHITLEY. JAMES VICTOR 
WHITLOW, LARRY C. 
WIENBARG. SVANDIS HELEN 
WIGGS. VERNA JO 



WILLIAMS. CARLA LYNN 
WILLIAMS. CARROLL LEE 
WILLIAMS. CLARA ANN 
WILLIAMS, EDWIN JERRY 
WILLIAMS, EVA ANNETTE 
WILLIAMS. HERBERT D., Ill 



WILLIAMS, IRVING GUY 
WILLIAMS. JAMES EDWIN 
WILLIAMS. JOAN BALLARD 
WILLIAMS. JOHN FRANKLIN 
WILLIAMS, MAYME CLYDE 
WILLIAMS. RONALD HUGO 



Greenville 

Winston-Salem 

Hamlet 

Wavnesboro, Va. 

Colerain 

Statesville 



La Grange 

Colerain 

Cove City 

Manns Harbor 

Rocky Mount 

Rockv Mount 



Ernul 

Como 

Albemarle 

Greenville 

Monroe 

Selma 



Onancock, Va. 

Greensboro 

Rocky Mount 

Kinston 

Ahoskie 

New Bern 



Norfolk, Va. 
Washington 
Suffolk. Va. 
Clinton 
Rockingham 
Greenville 



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WILLIAMS, SANDRA JO 
Willi WIS. SUSAN 
WILLIAMSON. DOROTHY CAROL 
WILLIFORD, DOROTHY JUNE 
WILLIFORD, TEMPIE LOU 
WILLIS, GRAYER KEITH, JR. 



WILLIS, JAYNE THOMAS 
WILLIS. IONTBEL 
WILLIS. NANCY ANN 
WILKEKSON. MYRTLE GRACE 
WILMOUTH. LINDA CAROL 
WILSON. ADDIE JANE 



WILSON, KERRY LYNN 
WILSON. LUTHER LUGENE 
WILSON. N \\<A KAY- 
WILSON THERESA ELAINE 
WINDHAM. JOAN CARROLL 
WINDHAM, LYNDIA LOU 



WISEMAN. MARLA JO 
WOMACK, WILLIAM CLARK 
WOMBLE, JOSEPH EDWARD 
WOMBLE. SARAH LOUISE 
WOOD, JUDITH EVELYN 
WOOD. RICHARD FISHER 



WOODARD, NANCY EVELYN 
WOODARD, VICTORIA 
WoODFIN, SANDRA GALE 
WOODLEY, MARY RUTH 
WOODSIDE. JERRY FORREST 
WOODROW. ROBERT SANDERSON 



WOKTHINGTON. STEVE MARTIN 
WRIGHT, CAROLYN ANNE 
WRIGHT. DANNY WADE 
WRIGHT, LINDA GAY 
WRIGHT. STERLING WILSON, JR. 
YATES. SAMUEL AMOS 



YOUNG. FORREST WAYNE 
YOUNG, JUDITH BETSY 
YOUNG, ROBERT ALLEN, JR. 



Kinston 

Charlotte 

Wilson 

Kinston 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Marshal II »t; 



Greenville 

Morehead City 

Atlantic 

Newton Grove 

Pink Hill 

Sanford 



Johnstown, Pa. 

Rockingham 

Macon 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Durham 



Clarkton 

Greensboro 

Plymouth 

Nashville 

Roanoke Rapids 

High Point 



Princeton 

New Bern 

Hendersonville 

Columbia 

Durham 

San Jose, Costa Rica 



Winterville 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Henderson 

China Grove 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 



Raleigh 

Benson 

Greenville 




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ccomplishing common goals, shar- 
ing a common religious faith, or overcoming 
solitude and consequent loneliness are hut a 
few of the motives behind the existence of 
our campus organizations. Whatever the rea- 
sons, our organizations create much in the way 
of fellowship and leadership to the extent that 
they produce not only leaders but democratic 
ideals which thrive on respect for human 
thought. 









swimming is a part of Aquanymph activity 



Ann Cates, President; Ann Weber, Vice President; Sandy Snyder, Secretary 
Harriett Paylor, Treasurer. 



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Under the supervision of Miss Gay Hogan. staff member 
of the Physical Education Department, the Aquanymphs is a 
club open to female students who are adaptable to water. 
Water ballet and synchronized swimming were learned by this 
group of thirty students. 

Two water shows, one in the Fall and the other in the 
Spring, were given by this organization. Affiliated with the 
Women's Recreation Association, the Aquanymphs endeavor to 
develop the skills of precision swimming. 



Composed of 171 members, the Art Club sponsors art sales 
and exhibits, visits to Art Museums in Raleigh and Washington, 
D. C, and speakers on art throughout the year. This organiza- 
tion also presented an award to the Outstanding Art Student of 
the Year, and recognized an Art Student of the Month in the 
East Carolinian. 

Organized in 1955. the Art Club has as its aim — "to pro- 
mote cultural advancement on the East Carolina College campus 
and in the Greenville Community." 



Louis Jones, Vice President; Willie Marlowe, Secretary; 
Charles Guthrie, Treasurer; and Duffy Toler, President. 



The Art Club promotes application as well as interest in the arts. 





Working for the education and well-being of children, 
the Association for Childhood Education is open to those 
persons majoring in Primary or Grammar Education who 
have an interest in the problems of childhood education. 
As a part of their activities, the members of the Association 
for Childhood Education sold mums at Homecoming, spon- 
sored the blazer sale, and sent a delegate to the international 
study conference. 

Dr. Lois Staton, the local advisor, was the vice president 
of the State Association for Childhood Education. 




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Judy Biggs, President; Belinda Smith, Treasurer; Judy Godwin, 
Reporter; Marie Brewer, Secretary; Tweetie Land, Vice President. 




Edward Lee, President; Ray Stevens, Vice President; and Doug 
Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Buccaneer Sports Club members display their 
prized cars for exhibit. 



A newly organized club on campus this year was the 
Buccaneer Sports Car Club. Founded in the Spring of 
1962, this extracurricular activity promotes the sport of 
driving as an art and furthered group interest in the 
realm of sports cars. This organization organized several 
sports car events which tested skill as well as speed. 

In order to become a member, an individual must 
be a sports car driver in the vicinity of Greenville. 
Awards were given to members in individual events that 
were sponsored by the local club. 




conversation is enjoyed by members of the Circle K Club. 
Wyatt, Treasurer; Joe 



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Cited as being the most active club in the Carolinas. 
the Circle K Club participated in numerous campus and 
community services. Among these activities were a campus 
safety campaign, a book drive for the library, a fund raising 
project for the stadium, and a talent show. 

The club's twenty-eight members strive to build a better 
tomorrow through service to others. Each year a fifty dollar 
scholarship is given to a deserving student. Since the Green- 
ville Kiwanis Club sponsored the East Carolina Chapter, the 
Circle K Club has also aided them with their many activities. 



Specializing in relationships among the foreign students 
on campus, the Cosmopolitan Club had social and cultural 
activities for these individuals. Anyone who has a genuine 
interest in the club is invited to join. 

Parties, picnics, television programs and exhibitions 
were the activities in which the twenty-four members of this 
organization participated. In addition, the Cosmopolitan 
Club had the distinction of being one of the newest clubs on 
campus. 




Miss Catherine Labaume, member of the Department of Foreign Languages, 
prepares bulletin boards with the aid of Cosmopolitan Club members. 
John Bede. Historian; Carolyn Coker, Secretary; Fariborz Tabibzadeh, Presi- 
dent; and Ali Hoomani, Vice President. 




Janice Guyton, Secretary'; Margaret MacKill, President; 
Charlotte Jarman, Corresponding Secretary; Sandra Cobb, 
Treasurer; Merle Summers, Vice President. 




FBLA members announce, via mail, the plans and dates for the annual high 
school typewriting contests, sponsored jointly by them and the members of 
Pi Omega Pi. 



With the purpose, "to promote better understanding between 
chapter members and the business world," the Omicron Chapter 
of the Future Business Leaders of America has been organized 
on this campus since September, 1953. Any student enrolled in 
the School of Business as either a major or minor is eligible to 
join. 

Along with participating in the social functions of a Val- 
entine Dance and a Spring Banquet, this organization has re- 
ceived several distinguished awards. For two years, the Omicron 
Chapter has placed second in the southern regional membership, 
first and second place in Miss Future Business Executive, and 
first place in Mr. Future Business Executive. 



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Meeting monthly, the Home Economics Club promoted the 
work of the State Home Economics and the American Home 
Economics Associations, and strengthened and coordinated the 
work of the Home Economics Department of the College. One 
hundred and twenty-five coeds who major in the department 
occupied membership in the club. 

Activities for this organization this year consisted of send- 
ing stockings to war widows in Japan, packaging gifts to CARE, 
selling stationery and Christmas cards, and contributing to the 
International Scholarship Fund. 



Audrey Holloman, President; Carol Aldrige, Vice President; Sylv 
Secretary; and Rebecca Lupton, Treasurer. 



Members find club activities educational as well as enjoyable. 



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Majors and minors in the Department of Industrial 
Arts are eligible for membership in the Industrial Arts 
Club. Among the purposes of this organization is the 
emphasis on Industrial Arts in Eastern North Carolina 
and the promotion of fellowship, professional interest, and 
growth within the department. 

Among their activities were a welcoming party for the 
incoming freshmen, the presentation for the best decorated 
dormitory at Homecoming, and the attendance at the North 
Carolina Industrial Arts Fair. In addition, the club maintains 
a loan fund which was available to members only. 



Miss Vernie Wilder discusses new books owned by the Library with members 
of the local Library Club. 



Betty Daniels Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Emily Bovce, Advisor; Jeanette 
Harris, President: Jackie Bullard, Reporter; Howard Blanton, Vice President. 




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Having as its purpose to encourage interest in the 
College Library and its services to the field of Library 
Science, the Library Club is open to any interested student. 

This organization obtained a speaker for National 
Library Week to speak on books and libraries. Another 
function of the club for the 1962-1963 academic term was 
the publication of "Opportunities in Librarianship." which is 
aimed at recruiting college freshmen into the Department of 
Library Science. 



Members of the East Carolina Mathematics Club work with 
crafts with principles of mathematics und 




Moye Waters, President; Mac Worthington and Anne Greene, Vice Presi- 
dents; Melba Rhue, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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Founded locally in 1950. the Maria D. Graham Mathematics 
Club strives to further an interest in mathematics and to acquaint 
its members with various aspects of the field. Membership is 
opened preferably to Mathematics majors and minors and this 
year the club numbered approximately forty members. 

Field trips, a Christmas party, and the annual Spring 
Banquet were the highlights of the activities of the Mathematics 
Club. This organization also presented an outstanding award to 
:he senior Mathematics major who had an outstanding scholastic 
ecord in the field. 



Students interested in developing poise, grace, and agility 
participated in the Women's Recreation Association-sponsored 
Modern Dance Club this year. Open to both men and women 
students, participation in the organization is a means of condi- 
tioning the body and interpreting ideas through this media. 

The big event for the organization's members was the 
annual SGA-sponsored Musical. Student talent from the group 
found itself being displayed in the many dances of the produc- 
tion, "Once Upon A Mattress." Mrs. Betty Griffith of the Health 
and Physical Education Department served as advisor. 



Mrs. Griffith demonstrates for members of the Modern Dance Club. 



As participants in the organization, these students learn much about the 
intricacy of dance. 






Under the guidance of President Jesse Holton, the 
Music Educators National Conference strives to foster 
professional interest in music teaching. Organized in 
1958, the local chapter was the 192nd chapter in the 
nation. 

Requirements for membership include being a Mu- 
sic major and specializing in Music Education. This club 
met monthly and numbered approximately forty-two 
members. 



John Patterson, Treasurer; Margaret DeLong, Secretary; Tommy 
Stroud, Vice President; Jesse Holton, President; Mrs. Ruth Shaw, 
Advisor. 



A favorite meeting place for members of the Music Educators Na- 
tional Conference is the Buccaneer Room. Many of the organization's 
dinner meetings are held there. 



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Nancy Compton, President; Merle Sugg, Vice President; Jea 
nette Groet, Secretary; Carol Strickland, Historian. 



Nurses Club members aid with circulars inviting students to donate to the 
Mobile. 





Composed of eighty nursing students, the Nurses 
Club promotes professional and social unity among the 
student nurses and served as a channel of communica- 
tion between the Nurses Club and the North Carolina 
and National Student Nurses Associations. With the 
motto "The fame is nothing; the deed is everything," the 
club is quite active in campus activities. 

Making favors for the patients at Pitt Memorial 
Hospital, helping with the Bloodmobile, and sending 
delegates to the District and State Conventions are 
projects undertaken by this organization. 




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Treasurer; Nancy Miller. Secretary; Gordon Patrick, Preside 
en's Program Chairman; Mike Senkier, Men's Program Chairman. 



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Open to all persons interested in the purpose and ideals of 
health, physical education, and recreation, the Physical Educa- 
tion Club numbered three hundred and fifty for this year. 
Active in sports clinics, this group also sent delegates to the 
NCAHPER convention and sponsored an "All Sports Night'" 
for students. 

Meeting three times each quarter, this organization received 
its national charter in 1955. Since that achievement, four of its 
members have held offices in the organization within North 
Carolina. 



Organized in 1959. the Psychology Club is open to all 
interested persons in the realm of psychology. Promoting more 
interest in the field of psychology or human behavior is the 
purpose of this organization. 

Meeting monthly with Dr. John R. Clark as advisor, this 
club demonstrated handwriting analysis, brainwashing, and 
hypnosis. Scheduled trips to points of psychological interest 
were also a part of the club's numerous activities. 



John Staton, President; Alan Penn, Treasurer; Noel 
Tisdale, Vice President; and Katrina Crumpler, Sec- 
retary. 




Dr. Clark exhibit- psychology tests to members of the Club 



Microscopes are useful for entertainment 
as well as study purposes. 




Carolyn Pierce, Vice President; Thomas Powell, President; Shelvia Hardie, Trea 



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Se*Hfee% ?tde£t& Society 

Promoting fellowship and brotherhood among former Ma- 
rines, future Marine officers, and active Marines is the primary- 
goal of the nineteen members of the Semper Fidelis Society. 
Organized in the fall of 1962, this newly-formed club viewed 
films of a combat nature so that the members could become aware 
of the new concepts of weapons and welfare. 

This organization is open to all individuals who are former 
Marines, active Marines, or those enrolled in a program for 
Marine officer training. During January, members of this group 
helped the Marine Officer selection team process interested stu- 
dents for the Marine Corps. 



Physics, chemistry, and biology are the three major interests 
of the twenty-five members of the East Carolina Science Club. 
These persons who are either Science or Mathematics majors 
exchange ideas on science and create a general interest in every 
phase of science. 

Shackleford Banks was the destination of these members 
this Spring. Guest speakers were obtained for the monthly 
meetings. The Science Club also published a science journal 
jointly with Chi Beta Phi, honorary science and mathematics 
fraternity. 



Members of the Society aided in the distribution of Marine paraphanalia. 



Bill Phelps, President; Mack Davis, Vice President; Bill Spivey, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer. 




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Dr. James Stewart, SAM advisor, and 
of the many guest speakers. 



Bob Miller, President; Fred Lorbache 
Richard Cash, Treasurer. 



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Guest speakers and field trips were on the agenda 
for the twenty-five members of the Society for the 
Advancement of Management. Because of the outstand- 
ing membership increase, the local chapter has received 
an award from the national organization. In order to 
keep in contact with the chapter's doings, this society 
published a monthly publication, the Sam-O-Gram. 

Specializing in business management, this organiza- 
tion "develops human resources and provides business 
with a better product to train, mold, and refine." A 
member must be a sophomore and have an overall "C" 
average. 



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A Christmas project, trips to district and state 
teachers meetings, and the election of a Mr. and Miss 
Representative Future Teacher were the items under- 
taken this year by the Robert H. Wright Chapter of the 
I Student National Education Association. Through the 
efforts of the more than two hundred and fifty members, 
the club also sponsored a candidate for the Homecom- 
ing Queen and a float for the parade. 

This organization provides opportunities for per- 
sonal and professional growth, development of leader- 
ship skills, understanding of history, ethics, and pro- 
grams at state and national levels. 




Dr. Richard Spear discusses education 
Education Association. 
Judy Biggs, Treasurer; Nell Garner, Vi 
Newassa Taylor, Secretary. 



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President; Betty Collier, President; 




Gordon Patrick, President; Bill Vogel, Vice 
President; Robert Folks, Secretary; Wyatt 
Bissett, Treasurer. 




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After only two years of organization, the Weight 
Training Club made great strides in the activities for the 
student body. Under the leadership of President Gordon 
Patrick, this group organized the use of the weight training 
room, taught classes on physical fitness, and sponsored 
weight lifting meets. 

Since the one hundred members have a sincere interest 
in weight training and the related fields, their primary 
objective is to develop good physical and mental culture. 



Nancy Miller, Treasurer; Susan Clifton, President; Patricia Dercole, Vice 
President; and Beronica Ray, Secretary. 



Basketball is a favorite sport of 
the WRA group. 



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Open to all women students of the College, the Women's Rec- 
reation Association encourages the spirit of playing intramural sports 
and promotes physical activities among the student body. In addition, 
the WRA sponsors the Modern Dance Club and the Aquanymphs. 

Plans and projects for the year included a weiner roast for the 
freshman coeds, intramural competition in tennis, volleyball, basket- 
ball, Softball, archery, and badminton, and an awards banquet. 




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George Yelverton, Treasurer; Lenwood Simpson, President; Sylvia Wallace, 
Vice President; and Margaret Parker, Secretary. 




Lawrence Behr, President 
Treasurer. 



Young Republicans scan brochure on their party. 

Jackie Benton, Secretary; Lenward Mac Jo 




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Ann Frances Allen, State YDC Secretary, confers with State YDC Preside 
Dave Reid of Greenville, and local club advisor, Dr. Kathleen Stokes. 



Specializing in the political aspects of the Democratic Party, 
the Young Democrats Club meets twice each month to fulfill and 
elaborate upon these ideals. Various speakers from the Democratic 
Party visit these meetings to acquaint the student with the different 
phases of political life. 

Under the leadership of Lenwood Simpson, the club initiated 
a voters' registration program with a house to house campaign and 
sent delegates to the state convention. An organization of more than 
a hundred local members, the East Carolina Young Democrats Club 
has been honored by the naming of former President Anne Frances 
Allen to the post of State Secretary. 



Complete reorganization has taken place in the Young Republi- 
cans Club, under the leadership of President Lawrence Behr. As 
beforehand, the club strives to uphold and promote the ideals of 
the Grand Old Party. An increase of membership has resulted from 
the new vitality placed into the club. 

Guest speakers were frequently on the agenda of the monthly 
meetings of the YRC. In addition, the group was influential in ob- 
taining Dr. Walter Judd, renowned Republican leader, to lecture to 
the student body. 



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TOP ROW: Noel Tisdale, Cherry Garris, Rosalie Vogel, Bebe Barrett, Betty Collier, Jimmy Cannon, Robert Wheeler, Linwood Anderson, Barbara Warren, 
Brenda Hardy, Kathrine Hollingsworth. SECOND ROW: Katrina Crumpler, Donna Sumner, LuRay Mitchell, Fran Gupton, Harlon McCaskil], Glenn 
Boyd, Carol McCullen, Judy Seekler, Joyce Blizzard, Pat Weaver, Carolyn Freeman. BOTTOM ROW: Ray Paul, Steve Alligood, Jimmy Soufas, Jesse 
Arrogo, Tim Bagwell, John Thompson. 




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Glenn Boyd. College Union President 



Sue Britt, Corresponding Secretary; Don Ken- 
nedy, Games Committee Chairman; Carol Mc- 
Cullen, Recording Secretary; Harlan McCaskil], 
Reporter; Donna Sumner, Special Projects Chair- 
man; Bob Washer, Vice President; Bebe Barrett, 
Fine Arts Committee Chairman; and not pictured 
—Noel Tisdale, Social Committee Chairman ; 
John Thompson, Publicity Committee Chairman; 
George Whitehurst, Record and Dance Committee 
Chairman; Ken Harris, Games Committee Chair- 



At East Carolina, the College Union is a place, an organization, 
and a philosophy. It is a place with facilities to serve the students, the 
faculty, the staff, and the many visitors of the students and the school. 
It is an organization of students who volunteer to participate in com- 
mittee planning and work to stage social and recreational events for the 
enjoyment of the college family. It is a philosophy which proclaims that 
the raison d'etre of the College Union on the campus of an institution for 
higher learning is a part of the total education program of the institution, 
providing opportunities for developing student leadership, offering pro- 
grams and services for leisure needs, demonstrating acceptable social 
skills, and creating an atmosphere for developing civic responsibility. 
This is the College Union. 




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ariety and precision are the principles underlying the 
success of East Carolina Fine Arts organizations. Twelve such 
groups, representing many phases of the arts, perform both on 
and off campus with repeated achievement. From recital to 
dramatic production, East Carolina continues, with the times, 
to emphasize that which is a part of the Fine Arts. 







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Football games, pep rallies, and the Home- 
coming and Christmas parades benefit from the 
work of Mr. Herbert Carter and Mr. George Knight 
in connection with the Marching Band. The one 
hundred and twenty members of this musical or- 
ganization also play at other special events spon- 
sored by the College. 





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and Mr. George Knight discuss their 
jther stirring halftime show. 




Members of the brass 
section of the Marching 
Band perform during 
one of the halftime foot- 
ball shows. 



East Carolina Majorettes: Chief Elizabeth Rogers, Given Harrell 
Carol Needham, Judy Wagstaff, Rhonda Bisecker, Peggy Honeycutt 
and Brenda Crowell. 





White flags dot the football field as the majorettes 
display their twirling talents. 



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Tours, the annual Christmas Assembly, and sev- 
eral concerts are a part of the agenda of the Symphonic 
Band each year. Seventy-five students compose this 
group which is led by Mr. Herbert Carter. In addition, 
the Symphonic Band participates in the Contemporary 
Music Festival. 




Members of the string section tune up for 
one of the annual concerts of the College 
Orchestra. 





Consisting of approximately sixty members 
and representing the students, professors, and towns- 
people, the College Orchestra provides a high level 
of entertainment under the direction of Mr. David 
Serrins. An annual Spring Concert and a concerto 
program are on the calendar for this musical or- 
ganization. 



MR. DAVID SERRINS 

Director 



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Director 



Membership in the College Choir is open to 
the entire student body and may be granted through 
auditions. Directed by Mr. Gordon Johnson, this 
musical body participates in the Christmas Assem- 
bly, the Contemporary Music Festival, and the 
Southern Division of Music Educators Conference 
at Charleston. West Virginia. Forty-six persons are 
in the choir. 




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Demonstrating at various workshops and sing- 
ing at the weekly Chapel Services are the two 
primary functions of the Chapel Choir under the 
direction of Mr. Carl Hjortsvang. Sixty students 
who pass the audition test are members of the 
choir. Other activities include several concert and 
television appearances. 



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Under the direction of Mr. George Knight, the 
Varsity Band annually gives two concerts, one in 
the Winter and the other in the Spring. Fifty stu- 
dents from all areas of study are included in this 
band. The only prerequisite for membership is at 
least three years of instrumental music in high 
school. 





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An interest in choral singing is the only 
requirement for membership in the Men's Glee 
Club. Sixty-two individuals compose this en- 
tertaining facet of the School of Music. Per- 
formances for the club include the District 
NCEA Meeting, the Christmas Assembly, and 
the annual concerts. 



Open to all women students who have a 
good clear tone quality, the ability to sing in 
tune, and a degree of music reading, the Wom- 
en's Glee Club is directed by Miss Beatrice 
Chauncey. Meeting twice weekly, this group 
has approximately forty members and par- 
ticipates in various concerts throughout the 
year. 






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Director 





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Composed of ten singers, this collegiate group 
performs a variety of music including folk songs, 
and classical renditions. The College Singers give 
a Christmas Concert and perform for various radio 
and television programs. Members are chosen from 
the student body through the process of audition. 




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MR. CARL STOUT 
Director 



Acting primarily as a training choir, the Wom- 
en's Chorus has forty members. Under the direction 
of Mr. Carl Stout, this group meets twice weekly 
and performs at special college assemblies. Par- 
ticipation in this organization may be counted as an 
academic subject. 




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The School of Music and the Playhouse combined tal- 
ents for the Opera Workshop. Presenting one opera each 
year, the workshop also experiments in contemporary operas. 
Gian-Carlo Menotti's "The Old Maid and the Thief," feature 
opera of last year, was revived for a northeast tour sponsored 
by the USO. The fast moving comic opera directed by Gene 
Strassler was seen by service personnel in Laborador, Ice- 
land. Greenland, and Newfoundland. 





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In the dual east, the maid, Alison Moss, giggles with en- 
joyment as Martha Bradner and Bonnie Currin stand back 
in amazement. The vagabond, Jerold Teachey, tries the 
drink as a means of charming the old maid. 



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Gossip seems to be a common means of communication. 
A tea party seems like a probable scene for the latest 
news. In an opera, a gossip session can be quite interesting. 





A quick change for Jerold Teachey means help from the two old 
maids. On the USO tour, any kind of change in Newfoundland 
would be highly uncomfortable. 



As the "other" maid in the dual cast, Anne Vickery and 
Jane Murray join Bonnie Currin in the "other" tea party. 
The alternate cast, as in "The Old Maid and the Thief," 
offered more students the opportunity to perform. 



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In its twenty-fourth year on campus, the East Carolina Playhouse has 
as its primary aim the training and acquaintance of the students with the 
theatre. Experience gained through the playhouse ranges from acting to 



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Officers of the Playhouse for 1962-63 were Gerald Harrell, treasurer; Clyde Putnam, 
vice president; Loretta Foster, secretary; and Minnie Gaster, president. 



Allan Holcombe, technical assistant, and Ray Walker adju-t 
a door unit for the Kermit Hunter premiere, "The Faithful 
Lightning." 




cers in Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" pose for the photographer. Betty Ros 
fith was the choreographer for this playhouse production. 



Dressed in elaborate costumes, Antonio (Cleveland Bradn 
and Shylock (Larry Griffin) depict a tense moment. 



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"Guys and Dolls," a musical fable from Broad- 
way which swept sophisticated New York audiences 
off their feet when it opened in 1950, was presented 
on McGinnis stage as the twelfth SGA sponsored 
musical. Donald Hayes was musical director and 
Mrs. Lois Garren served as director of produc- 
tion and choreography. 

Based on stories by Damon Runyan, this mu- 
sical had twenty-six singers and dancers in the 
show. The sets were executed and designed by 
William Racklev. 



Nathan Detroit (David Miller) and Adelaide (Sue Little) talk at the "Hot 
Box," a night club where she entertains. 



At the opening of the show, street walkers 
I Charlotte Donat and Minnie Gaster) try 
lure Lou D'Ambrosia, Jerry Van Dyke, and 
Otis Strother, the members of the "gang." 

In the Hot Box Club, the chorus line led by 
de performs the show stopper, "Take 
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The sewer of New York seemed a safe place for "the game" as the gang climaxed the scene with the song, 
"Luck Be A Lady Tonight." 




Led by Brannigan, (Mickey Averette) the line-up shows the typical 
characters that inhabit Skid Row of New York. The unique backdrops 
of somewhat local billboards add to the scenery. 



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Sky Masterson (Ed Jones) throws dice for the souls 
of the gang. His main aim is to win the heart of 
a certain mission worker. 




A soul searching session at the 
mission resulted from the crap 
game in the sewer. Sarah Brown 
(Betsy Bullard), second from the 
right, is that certain 
worker. 




The audience's reaction at the end of the 
brated their success at a cast party. 



the curtain call. The cast and crew later cele- 




Cleveland Bradner, a friend of U Po Lone, dis 
the prominent governmental official. 




Directed bv Dr. J. A. Withey. the American premiere of the 
"Wages of Sin*' was presented by the East Carolina playhouse. 
Written by U Nu of Burma, this play is a political drama depict- 
ing the world problem of the Communist threat to the democratic 
form of government. 

Many Burmese guests came from the several colleges and 
universities in this country. U On Sein. Burmese Ambassador to 
the United States, was the honored guest. In addition, the co-ordi- 
nator for the costuming and make-up was Daw Mya Sein. former 
United Nations representative from Burma. 




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ieir children to J. B. (Brad Weisiger) and Sarah (Cassandra Drake). 




At the beginning of the play, J. B. and his family are the portrait of the perfect 
American household. 



After the atomic blast, a touch ot humor was added by six old women who 
befriended J. B. 






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Sara pleads with God to tell her why these disasters of death, famine, and 
poverty have happened to them. 




Following the death of their children, Sarah and J. B. are left alone 
to console each other. 



Opening the 1962-63 season. "J. B." brought to the campus a 
new kind of play. The story of the modern Job by Archibald Mac- 
Leish utilized every dramatic motivation to present its situation. 

"J. B." marked the first direction at East Carolina College by 
Edgar Loessin. Also joining the production staff was John Sneden 
as technical director. 



Clyde Putnam portrays Satan. 



Allen plays God. 



Portraying a priest, a philosopher and a psychiatrist, comforters (Ben Avery, Allan Holcomhe 
and Gerald Harrell) give conflicting views concerning J. B.'s destiny. 





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Domineering Queen Aggravain I Lucille 
Dew) points that "diamond studded" finger 
at her mute husband (Gerald Harrell). 



"One pea under twenty soft downy mattresses" is the test before Wini 
(Minnie Caster) could marry the prince. Melinda Gausby, as the bird, 
to lullaby the princess to sleep. 



The New York production that brought comedienne Carol Bur- 
nett to fame. "Once Upon a Mattress," was the 1963 SGA Musical. 
This sprightly comedy was based on the familiar fairy tale about 
a princess' test of sensitivity. The production was directed by Edgar 
Loessin. 




Princess number twelve (Carolyn Barnes) attempts the unreasonable Queen's test but like her predecessors, she also fails 



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Dauntless (Brett Watson) proves to the court that his Princess Winnifred is really a true Pr 
of the musical scores, "F-R-E-D." 




JOHN BERRY 

The Court Minstrel 




BRYAN BENNET 
The Court Jester 



CAROLYN BARNES 
Princess Number Twelve 





DR. GEORGE COOK 
Court Wizard 



BONNIE CURRIN 
Lady Larkin 

JEROLD C. TEACHEY 
Sir Harry 



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litary life on the campus is 
Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps. Within this group, 
other military organization function such as the Arnold Air So- 
ciety, the Angel Flight, and the Drill Team. Air Force hlue is 
the traditional attire of these young cadets who don their uni- 
forms every Tuesday and Thursday to learn more about our 
competitive world of tomorrow. 



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Producing quality junior officers to meet the needs of 
the United States Air Force, the Reserved Officers Train- 
ing Corps was started at the College in 1946 and now has 
an enrollment of approximately 300 cadets. These men 
are organized into a group which is composed of two 
squadrons. Successful completion of this four year pro- 
gram results in the cadets being commissioned as second 
lieutenants in the United States Air Force. These graduates 
become the leaders of tomorrow's Air Force. 




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Cadet colonels for the ROTC this year were Grover C. Norwood, Gerald V. 
West, and Douglas C. Robinson. 




ROTC squadrons and group cadet officers have led the cade 
through a successful year of training. 



Recipients of the Distinguished Cadets Awards were Major Gus Childress 
Colonel Carroll Norwood, Major Dan Rouse, and Major Bill Trower. 



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>tain Joe Flake, Colonel Gerald West, and Major Wi 
a Trower plan a cross country flight for the cadets. 




ROTC newspaper, "The Tiger," is edited by James Tant, 
Joe Angelo, and James Willis. 




Preparations for a well-dressed cadet 
eludes the measuring of the uniforn 



Members of the Flight Instruction Program 
make final check for their cross country flight. 



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;ine up in formation for the twice weekly drills. 



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Cadet John Pentacost "learns the ropes 
to Captain Joe Flake. 



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U the official auxiliary organization for the Arnold Air Society-, the Angel 
•"light aids the Reserved Officers Training Corps in numerous activities such 
is collecting money for the annual Marchathon. In addition, these coeds 
serve as hostesses for the Cadet Ball and sponsor weekly coke parties for the 
:adets. The flight is commanded by Miss Marjorie Harrington. 




Sponsored by the Arnold Air Society, the Drill Team is open to any member 
of the Air Force ROTC. Traditionally, the Drill Team stages a Marchathon 
during January. This action is for the benefit of the March of Dimes. In 
addition, numerous parades are always on the agenda for this group. Each 
spring, the Drill Team competes in the Area Drill Competition. 



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Composed of and controlled by selected Air Force Re- 
served Officers Training Corps members, the Arnold Air So- 
ciety is a national student organization. There are 170 Arnold 
Air Societies located at various colleges and universities through- 



out the L nited States. This society is headed by a national 
staff and its members represent leading ROTC cadets. Colonel 
Gerald V. West is the commander of the squadron at East 
Carolina College. 




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our student publications are present on the campus 
of East Carolina College. Financed through the Student 
Government Association, these news media provide the faculty, 
the students, and the alumni with a thorough knowledge of the 
school. There is a history in the form of the BUCCANEER: 
a medium of current news in the "East Carolinian"; a literary- 
work in the "Rebel": and a guide book in the "Key." Over 
one hundred students are involved in the editing, typing, and 
planning of these publications. 




WALTER C. FAULKNER 
Editor 



Operating on a budget of approximately forty 
thousand dollars, the BUCCANEER, the East Caro- 
lina College yearbook, is distributed to the student 
body each spring. In this publication, a history of 
the previous year is given. Many long hours of 
labor done during the Summer. Fall, and Winter go 
into this memory book. 

Each vear the editor is selected bv the Publica- 



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ELEANOR R. POOLE 
Copy Editor 



Becky Wi 



n 





Martha Thompson 
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Gerald Harrell Shirley 



Nannie Davis Ann Stepln 




S. GALE KOONCE 
Business Manager 



tions Board and then the editor plans, supervises, 
and selects the material for the upcoming product. 
Staff membership is open to all interested students 
and is selected by the editor. In turn, top posi- 
tions, which usually carry salaries, are filled by 
members with previous experience. A history, a 
collection of ideas— this is the BUCCANEER. 



RONNIE L. NEAL 

Assistant Business 

Manager 




TONY R. BOWEN 
Managing Editor 



Sctccanee* Sta^ 




CARROLL KORNEGAV 
Assistant Sports Editor 








Candace Stephany Carolyn Coker Mary Watson Helen Je 



JUNIUS D. GRIMES, III 

Editor 




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KEITH HOBBS 

Business Manager 




JIM FORSYTHE 
Associate Editor 



HERB WILLIAMS 
Editorial Assistant 




Brenda Canipe David Entzminger Melisia Wallace 



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Published twice weekly, the campus newspaper 
endeavors to keep the students, faculty, and alumni 
aware of the campus happenings. Group activities, 
editorials, sports, and interesting events at other 
colleges are reported via the EAST CAROLINIAN. 

This newspaper operates on a budget of ap- 
proximately fifteen thousand dollars and entails 
much work for the final product which is dis- 
tributed by Theta Chi Fraternity. 

A member of the Associated Collegiate press 
and the Carolinas Collegiate Press Association, the 
EAST CAROLINIAN is the voice of the students. 





SANDEE DENTON 

Subscription Editor 



BIBB 



LINDA ROBBINS 
Layout 



SHARON McKEAN 
Layout 



FRIEDA WHITE 

Layout 



NANNIE DAVIS 
Layout. 




Hzations. policies. 
r a handy reference 
-ted during Winter 



Ted in the Summer, thus 



Jhs, the editor is selected by 
selected, at his discretion. 
m for 1962-1963. the staff was 



of the handbook, color photography 

Pand interest in The Key. More photo- 

w look was added to make it a popular 
fclopedia." 





GAYLE STRICKLAND 
Proofreading Editor 






HARLAN McCASKILL 




GLADYS CAPEL 
Copy Editor 



ELEANOR POOLE 

Associate Editor 



NANCY ROBERTS 
Associate Editor 



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JUNIUS D. GRIMES, III 
Editor 




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The first publication on the campus to re- 
ceive an All American rating, the REBEL 
strives to make the student body aware of the 
literary talents on campus. Known throughout 
the state and the South for its literary value, 
this magazine welcomes contributions from stu- 
dents. 

Published once each quarter, the magazine 
contains interviews with famous cultural per- 
sons, art work, poems, and stories from facultv 
members and students. A book review section 
is also included in the REBEL. Like all the 
student publications, the staff is open to all in- 
terested persons. 




JUNIUS D. GRIMES. Ill 
Editor 

SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER 
Associate Editor 

WANDA DUNCAN 
Business Manager 

MILTON CROCKER 

orial Assistant 



Y BLIZZARD 
Artist 




IS JONES 

Artist 



NELSON 
Ivertising Manager 



JOYCE CROCKER 
Proofreader 



JUDY SULLIVAN 
Typist 



RAY RABOURN 

Typist 




SUE ELLEN HUNSUCKER 
Associate Editor 



WANDA DUNCAN 
Business Manager 



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Joyce Crocker 



Ray Rahou 







Walter C. Faulkiu-i 
Dr. John C. Ellen 
Miss Gwen Potter 
S. Gale Koonce 



Dr. Robert L. Holt Dr. Clinton Prewett 



DR. JAMES H. TUCKER 
Chairman 



Composed of administrative officials, stu- tracts are let, editors are selected, salaries are 

dent editors and business managers of the pub- set, and plans for the publications are approved 

lications, and members-at-Iarge elected by the for the four student publications. The Publica- 

SGA, the Publications Board acts as an official tions Board serves as an advisory body as well 

council of the College. Through this group con- as a supervisory group. 





Junius D. Grimes, III Keith Hobbs Dr. Francis R. Adams 





Tony R. Bowen Miss Janice Hardison 




Wanda Duncan Mr. Ovid Pierce 



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Tom Mallison Merle Summers Valerie Hodgson Thomas Mee 



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n important aspect of a student's life is his religious 
beliefs. Approximately twenty churches in Greenville open their 
doors to the college student. In order to add to this spiritual 
opportunity, various religious organizations designed especially 
for the student are on the campus. Nine such groups are here 
to aid the student through the religious realm of his four years 
of college life. 




ti-t Student Union 



Chappel. Treasurer; 
Patrick, President 



Safiti&t Student 



Organized at East Carolina in 1935. the Baptist Student 
Union endeavors to be a link between the college student 
and his home church. Every Monday and Wednesday nights, 
the Baptist students gather for forums, supper, and ves- 
pers. The Baptist Student Center is open at all times to 
the student. 

Activities of this group for the year were several re- 
treats, the formation of service teams to churches within 
the community, the attendance at the annual BSU conven- 
tion, and the participation in the Student Missions Confer- 
ence at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 



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This Episcopal group strives to offer an opportunity 
to those who wish to mature their religious experience on 
a college level. Membership is open to all interested per- 
sons. For married students there is the Canterbury Couples 
division, and for members of the faculty, a Faculty Fellow- 
ship. Representatives of this organization take part in the 
Inter-Religious Council. Weekly meetings are held at St. 
Paul's Episcopal Church. 




Bulletin board work 
Club is no exception. 



Episcopal students take communion, 
ways has a place in every organization; 



the Canterbury 




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Cakes, pies, and barbecue — this is what the students in the Free Will 
Fellowship enjoy for a meal. 



^*ee TOM S<zfiti4t 'PeMotoa&ifi 




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The King Youth Fellowship, founded in 1955, is an organiza- 
tion which allows for the development of spiritual, social, and lead- 
ership qualities. Until this year the ECC group was the only or- 
ganization of the Pentecostal Holiness denomination in the colleges 
of the United States. This year the alumni of the group were given 
a Homecoming Party in the form of an Hawaiian Luau. In the 
Winter Quarter, an annual Valentine's Banquet set the scene for 
members and guests, and annual retreats are planned for the Spring. 



From the year 1948. this group has endeavored to 
promote Christian Fellowship and to offer a weekly period 
of worship and Christian instruction. Under the guidance 
of Reverend R. B. Crawford the organization, consisting 
of forty members, plans an annual Valentine Banquet and 
a Spring quarter weiner roast for its members. 



iandwiches and cakes constitute snack 
King Youth Fellowship. 



at the Y-Hut during 



Barbara Tengan .and Buford Kaylor, Board Members; Glenn Bailey, 
President; Edith Tyndall, Secretary-Treasurer; and Johnny Hedge- 
peth, Vice President. 






Singing hymns 



ibers of the Lutheran group. 



Brenda Kluttz, Secretary-Treasurer; Helen Kallio, Pres 
Derrick, Advisor: Miss Pat Benson, Advisor. 



J*ut6e%tut Student /444oci*ti&t 



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To provide fellowship among Lutheran students, several 
projects are underway for the current year. First is the 
participation of the group in supervising small children related 
to the adult members of the congregation. Second are the an- 
nual Fall and Spring Retreats at Pamlico Sound. Third, the 
group annually prepares a booth for the Spring Carnival. 
Also of much interest to the members is the Luther Ridge As- 
sembly of Associations from college campuses throughout the 
Southeastern states. Weekly meetings are held in the campus 
Y-Hut. 



Another fulfilling year has been had by members of the 
Newman Club. The organization, an association of Catholic 
students, is a nation-wide organization. The purposes of the club 
are to promote social activities in a spiritual manner, to learn 
more about the Catholic faith, and to worship in a rightful 
way. In order to fulfill these purposes, the Newman Club meets 
each week in the campus-located Y-Hut. The Mardi Gras 
and other such activities found the Newman group an active 
participant. 




Informal panel discussions benefit the student 
and learning more about their faith. 




Jim Smith, President; Shirley Hanes; Ola Mae Bundy; Betsy Brandon; Jean 
Woodson, Secretary; Alan Nance; Ben Cox; Jim Hobbs, Director; and Bill 
Joseph, Treasurer. 




Three Methodist young people engage in a game of chess prior to the weekly 
meeting. 



Lynda Hunning, Vice President; Pat Farrior, Secretary; Betsy Bryant, Vice 
President; Judy Biggs, Treasurer; Murray Alford, President; and Jim Biggs, 
Reporter. 



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The 1962-1963 year has been one of emphasis on 
study groups and communication with the fine arts for 
the Wesley Foundation. Under the dominion of the 
Methodist Church, this foundation has experienced much 
growth through the weekly programs of worship, com- 
munion, and Bible classes. Through these media, the 
Methodist students on campus have learned to be of 
service, to witness, and to gain knowledge in the Chris- 
tian realm of life. 



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This Presbyterian organization maintains as its 
purpose that the calling to be God's people while part 
of a college community might be more clearly under- 
stood and more vitally realized in the lives of students. 
As its projects the large group of ninety students has 
been active in Fall and Spring Retreats, sponsored a 
Greenville Sunday School for colored children, and col- 
lected money, books, and clothes to be sent to Taejon 
College in Korea. Of the group which assembles twice 
weekly, two members have served on the Synod West- 
minster Council. 




Betsy Bryant prepares the t 
Westminster are to enjoy. 


elicious meal her fellow 


members of 










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Carol Horning: Barbara Tengan:. Helen Kallio, President; Sy 
Heery, Vice President; Brandon McDaniel; Mr. D. D. Gross, Advisor; 



Brenda Painter: Quinn Davi 
James L. Hobbs. 



Ficklina: diaries Rose: John J. 



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Formed in order to draw the members of the 
various religious organizations closer together, the 
Inter-Religious Council works in conjunction with 
the student organizations and the Religious Ad- 
visory Council. This governing body is composed 
of student representatives of the Student Christian 
Association and denominational organizations on 
the campus. 

Together with the Religious Advisory Council, 
the Inter-Religious Council plans Religious Empha- 
sis Week which is held in the Fall. Mr. D. D. 
Gross, director of Religious Activities, serves as the 




Members enjoy a coffee break at a monthly meeting. 



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' ased on three branches — the executive, the legisla- 
tive, and the judicial — The Student Government Association 
continues to guide the student body of the College. Under the 
leadership of Tom Mallison. the members of the 1962-1963 Stu- 
dent Government Association have once again supervised the 
selling of class rings, the handling of publicity for student enter- 
tainment, and the procuring of entertainment for the College 
community. 




Student t^ooefuupte«tt 

Each individual as a student at the College is automatically a 
member of the Student Government Association. Through this or- 
ganization, the student body, faculty, and administration communi- 
cate with each other. They consistently hold evaluating committees, 
change the constitution, or eliminate certain out-dated rules. 

As well as a communicating media, the Student Government 
Association provides the College with entertainment both in the 
cultural and popular fields. Highlights for 1963 included the Jose 
Molina Dancers, Brailowsky. the Smothers Brothers and the Lime- 
lighters. The Homecoming festivities were also supervised and di- 
rected by the SGA and were climaxed with a Queen's Coronation 
Pageant and a Homecoming Dance with the Lester Lanin Orchestra. 
In addition, the annual musical. "Once Upon a Mattress." was fi- 
nanced with SGA funds. 




TOM MALLISON. Presides 



BILL EYERMAN, Vice President 



ANN ADKINS, Hi-tnrian 



DAVID SHEARIN, Assistant Treasurer 




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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Tom Scott, Berk Stephens, Bob Washer, Barbara Schwab, Jim Chesnutt, Tom Mallison, 
Shearin, Mack Worthington. 



Eyerman, Ann Adkins, David 



O^ccen^ **tet &M*tcU 'Zfead C%ytuttf*tto*t 



JIM CHESNUTT, Treasurer 



The finale of a year's work in this organization is the election of 
officers for the following year. Officers for the association, the 
classes, and the dormitories are directed through the auspices of 
the SGA. Executive, legislative, and judicial positions are elected 
and these individuals in turn plan the program for the student 
body for the next year. 

A media between students and faculty, an organization which 
provides for the students, and a machine for student politics — 
this is the Student Government Association of East Carolina College. 





A body of approximately fifty students supervises the 
work of the Student Government Association. This group 
is called the Student Senate. Meeting on Monday nights 
except the first one of each month, the Student Senate 
convenes to hear reports from its standing committees and 
various other ones appointed by the president. In ad- 
dition, the executive council of this governing branch meets 
once each month. The Student Senate is subject to call 
any time at the request of the president of the SGA. 




Student Senate Senve4> <&& t6e 






Ann Adkins, SGA Historian 
Tony R. Bowen, THE KEY Editor 
Jim Barefoot, Aycock Hall Representatii 
Billy Braswell, Sophomore Senator 
Marie Brewer, Jan is Hall Representative 



Kathy Cauble, Freshman Class Secretary 
Jim Chesnutt, SGA Treasurer 
Linda Cox, Woman's Hall Representative 
Markey Deese, Gotten Hall Representatii e 
Carol Dougherty, Sophomore Senator 



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Keith Douglas, Freshman Class Vice President 
Bill Evennan, SGA I ice President 
Walter C. Faulkner. BUCCANEER Editor 
Junius n. Grimes III, REBEL and EAST 

CAROLINIAN Editor 
Bill Goodwin, External Affairs Chairman 



Frances Gupton, Freshman Senator 
Valerie Hodgson, Day Student Senator 
Georgia Grey Hooks, Fleming Representative 
Giles Hopkins, Senior Class President 
Gary Idol, Junior Senator 



Patricia Kennedy, Wilson Hall Representative 

Jo Nell Kerley, Senior Senator 

Norman Lieberman, Jones Hall Representative 

Margaret Mackill. Junior Senator 

Tom Mallison, SGA President 



Nancy Moody, Slay Hall Representative 
Bill Moore. Entertainment Chairman 
Robert Nelson, New Dorm Representative 
Celia Orr, Vmstead Hall Representative 
Johnny Parker, Junior Class Vice President 



Audrey Porter. Ragsdale Hall Representative 
Brenda Reges, / D Card Chairman 
Barbara Ryan, Senior Senator 
Barbara Schwab, SGA Secretary 
Tom Scott, Freshman Class President 



David Shearin, SGA Assistant Treasurer 
Woody Shepherd, Elections Chairman 
Cathy Shesso, Special Events Chairman 
Ed Smith, Productions Chairman 
Berk Stephens, Sophomore Class President 



Ray Stevens, Junior Senator 

Merle Summers, Publications Board Representative 

Jean Townsend, Garrett Hall Represen 

Pat Waff, Publicity Chairman 

Emmett Ward, Freshman Senator 



Mary Ann Watson, Junior Senator 

Steve Watson, Sophomore Class Vice President 

Matilda West, Jarvis Hall Representative 

Charles Williams, Senior Senator 

Dr. James H. Tucker, Dean of Student Affairs 




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Pretty Cathy Shesso prepared an extensive wardrobe for the Azalea 
Festival in 1962. Cathy represented the College as Azalea Princess from 
Ea~t Carolina. 




Entertainment of such calibre as the Brubeck Quartet appear frequently, 
r-pnnsored by the SGA. 




Student Senate members listen attentively to debate before the previous question is called. 



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$ie s4*tto*ty> Student ^<wen4UHeHt '2(/o>i6 




The "paper penny campaign" sponsored by Liggett and Myers Tobacco Company played a dominant part in the 
Collecting, counting, and the "big pay off" became routine activity. 



ly interested SGA memb 



Financial matters prove to be big proble 
treasurers and assistant treasurers. 



the work of SCA 





This typical shot of John Garriss 
in editing a publication. 

Summer School SGA President Bill Eyerman and President Leo Jenkins 
cept the first "pay off" of the L & M campaign. 





Rusty Sherrill; Oran Perry: M. B. Godbc 
Carroll; Doug Langston. 



lenrv Cantrell, Vice Chairman; Bob Washer, Chairman; Lawrence Snead, S 



Trr.i-urer; Bill 



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Composed of officers elected in the Spring and the house 
president, the Women's Judiciary handles the various problems 
encountered bv the women students. A council based on the 
demerit and restriction system, the Judiciary strives to correct 
and punish the wrongdoings as stated in the handbook. Eliza- 
beth Glover served the judicial body as chairman for 1962- 
1963. 



Formed to give the students a voice in the punishment of 
their peers, the 1962-1963 Men's Judiciary is headed by Bob 
Washer. Meeting once a week, the court prescribes reprimands 
and punishments for the men who do not behave as the College 
requests them. Serious offenses are referred to a Discipline 
Committee, composed of both students and faculty. 



Jean Bell, Ronnie Gay, Elizabeth Glover, Joan Wetherington, Jackie Hammond, Jacqueline Pettigrew, Lynda Lewis, Nancy 
Freeman. 




ELIZABETH CLOVER. Uiairma 





Men'* and Women': 



BOB WASHER. Chi 



Janice Taylor, Kay Yow, Judy Redfern, Tomye Suggs, Linda Slaughter, Sharon Sullivan, Barbara Johnson, Cynthia Holt. 




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Lee Joyner, Treasurer; Jim Mahan, Vice President: Oran Pern-, President; Tom Jones, Secretary; Doug Langston; Ray Stevens; Bob Nelson; George 
Sherman; Jerry Tolley; Jerry- Otey; Jim Barefoot; George Way; Norman Lieberman; Frank Gill; Richard Wood; Gerald West; Larry Upchurch; Gill 
Grippen; Ike Soutlierland. 




ORAN PERRY 
President 



Oran Perry, Chairman: Ray Stevens: 
Doug Langston, Clerk of Court; Gerald 
West; Frank Gill. 



Approved by the Student Government Association and the Administra- 
tion, the Inter-Dormitory Council was organized to promote and maintain an 
efficient system of student government in the College residence halls. In 
addition, this organization fosters a wholesome program of social activities 
and aids in the fraternal relationships among male dormitory residents. 

A vital branch of the Inter-Dormitorv Council is its court system which 
has jurisdiction over all rules governing conduct in the dormitories and in 
cases involving dormitory property. Fifteen members compose the council 
and five students are in the court. Officers are elected by the council mem- 
bers themselves. 




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Gary Idol, Vice President; Bill Goodwin, Secretary; Bill Eyerman, President; and Tom Mall 
Treasurer. 



Student tfovewtment /4&4&etatto*t 



With approximately three thousand students enrolled first session and two 
thousand second session, the Summer School Student Government Association was 
led by President Bill Eyerman. During the 1962 session, five delegates were sent to 
the National Student Association Congress held in Ohio. Dr. Leo W. Jenkins 
was the keynote speaker at the conference. In addition, the Liggett and Myers proj- 
ect was continued and the Entertainment Series was highlighted by the appearance 
of Johnny Nash and the Ramsey Lewis Trio. The Summer School Student Govern- 
ment Association operates under a separate budget and constitution from the regular 
term SGA. 



Ann Morris, Jean Bell, Lynda Lews, Royce Tart, Tom Mallison, Gary Idol, Bill Eyerman 
Dr. James H. Tucker, Ronnie Neal, Gale Koonce, Alan Penn, Cindy Sturdivant. 






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ongeniality in close fellowship 
seems to be the dominant theme that prevails 
among the "sisters" and "brothers" who work 
together, play together, and live together, in 
fraternity and sorority life. It is through the 
various fraternities and sororities, that the 
need to belong, to develop self-esteem, and 
to achieve self -recognition is accomplished. 
"Brothers" and "sisters" learn the satisfac- 
tion of service and the joy of mutual asso- 
ciation; they share the uncertainty of the 
pledge period and die triumph after initiation. 
Deep and lasting friendships grow. 







BLARXIE TANNER 



KEN MOORE 
Vice President 



MICKEY CONKLIN 

Secretary 



PETE HUMPHRIES 
Treasurer 



Ten social fraternities constitute the male as- 
pect of Greek life at the College. Each of these 
organizations are represented in the Inter-Fraternity 
Council by three individuals from its group. Rush- 
ing, bidding, and Greek Weekend are the problems 
faced bv the council. 



Mr. Jim Mallory, Dean of Men 
and Advisor to the Inter-Fraternity 
Council, presents Gene Home of 
Kappa Alpha the Board of Trustees 
Award for Campus and Civic Sen-- 




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Gallup. Steve. Pres.. Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Nunn. Michael, Pres., Delta Sigma Phi 
Home. Gene. Pres.. Kappa Alpha 
Hood, Bobby, Pres., Pi Kappa Phi 
Willoughby. Ray. Pres., Pi Kappa Alpha 
Humphrey, Ashley, Pres., Phi Kappa 
Tau 

James. Sam. Pres.. Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Stout, Jim, Pres., Sigma Nu 

Idol. Gary, Pres., Theta Chi 
Penn, Alan, Rep., Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Siegel, Stuart. Rep.. Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Britt, Buddy, Rep., Delta Sigma Phi 
Mizelle. Walter, Rep.. Delta Sigma Phi 
Cantrell. Henry. Rep., Kappa Alpha 
Mewborn, Virgil, Rep., Kappa Alpha 
Branch, Bob, Rep.. Lambda Chi Alpha 

Warren. Buz. Rep.. Lambda Chi Alpha 
Martin, Charlie. Rep., Pi Kappa Phi 
Wohlnick, Charlie, Rep., Pi Kappa Phi 
Reber, Tom, Rep.. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Smith, Roland. Rep.. Pi Kappa Alpha 
Everman. Bill. Rep.. Phi Kappa Tau 
Godbold. M. D.. Rep.. Phi Kappa Tau 
Davis, Monty, Rep., Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Mays, Eddie. Rep.. Sigma Phi Epsilon 
James, Bob, Rep., Sigma Nu 
Sholar, Harrell, Rep.. Sigma Nu 
Lee. Ed., Rep.. Theta Chi 
McCrea, Ronnie, Rep., Theta Chi 




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LAVERNE BLACKLEY 
President 



JUDY EUGLOW 
Corresponding Secretary 

ELAINE BREWER 

Recording Secretary 




MELBA HORNE 
Vice President 



NANCY GILBERT 
Treasurer 



Coordinating the activities of the eight sorori- 
ties is the primary aim of the Panhellenic Council. 
Consisting of two representatives from each sorority, 
the council sponsors a Sorority Spectacular and 
:he Inter-Fraternity Council with Greek Weekend. 
This group meets twice a month to carry out their 
plans of a convocation, an open house, and Formal 
Rush. Laverne Blackley led Panhellenic for the 
year 1962-63. 




Georgia Hooks, Lib Rogers, Polly Bunting, Elaine Brewer, Judy Euglow, Melba Home, Billie McDougald, Nancy Gilbe 
Donnie Hicks, Billie Parish, Linda Dowd, Pat Boyd, Madge Standi. 



Collins, Laura Gartman, 








BARBARA ROUSE 
Vice President 



KATHRYN OAKES 
President 

Alpha Delta Pi. the first secret society for 
women, was founded on the motto of "We live for 
each other." The founding group then adopted 
blue and white as the colors and the violet as the 
flower. This foundation took place on May 15, 
1851. in Macon. Georgia. Delta Omicron Chapter 
at East Carolina was the one hundreth chapter of 
this Greek organization. 

Under the leadership of President Kathryn 





BEVERLY STATOX 
Treasurer 



Oakes. the sisterhood of Alpha Delta Pi sponsored 
a faculty tea. aided handicapped children and held 
annual banquets and parties. Future plans included 
the sending of delegates to the national convention 
in Hot Springs. Arkansas. The Alpha Delta Pi's 
participated actively in all campus activities and 
won first place for their Homecoming float in the 
sorority division. 










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BASNTCHT, BECKY 
BILLINGS. CAMILLE 
BOYD. PAT 
CONN, MARY 
COOPER. SANDY 
COX, MARION 



DANIEL.SANDY 
DEICHMANN, BETSY 
EAGLES, JOYCE 
GOSNELL, GLENDA 
GUICE, GIGI 
HAMMOND,OLIVIA 



HAWKINS, GAIL 
HODGSON, VALERIE 
HOLLIFIELD, EVANNA 
KENNEDY, PATSY 
KENT, LESLEY 
LECONTE, VIRGINIA 



LEWIS. VIRGINIA 
MAY. MARY 
McDOl'GALD, BILLIE 
MILLER, MARILYN 
MORRIS. SELBA 
MYERS. MARCIA 




ODOM. V1CKI 
PARKER, DONNA ANN 
RUSH, JOAN 
SALLE. KATHIE 
SHAW, LAYNE 
TANKARD, .MARY 



TAYLOR, FAYE 
THORNTON, SISSIE 
THURMAN, PEGGI 
TOLSON, JUNE 
WAGSTAFF, JUDY 
WALL, LINDA 



WAMSLEY, JACKIE 
W \TSON, MARY ANN 
WHITWORTH, MARSHA 
WILLIAMS, JEAN 
WOMBLE, LOUISE 
YEARBY, KAY 



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BARBARA BARCO 
President 



Alpha Omicron Pi presents through Panhel- 
lenic a trophy designated for the sorority with the 
highest scholastic average for the year. This pre 
sentation is one of the civic-minded services 
Alpha Omicron Pi. Other phases include participa 
tion in the Sorority Spectacular, adoption of a loca 
orphan, and presentation of gifts to Frontier Nurs 
ing Service in Kentucky. 

With their color as cardinal and their flower 





ELLEN JOYNER 
Treaurer 



PHOEBE RUSS 

Corresponding Secretary 



as the Jacqueminot rose, Alpha Omicron Pi was 
founded on January 2, 1897, in New York. The 
Zeta Psi Chapter at East Carolina was chartered in 
1960. Alpha Omicron Pi now numbers thirty- 
six .coeds who participate in many campus activi- 
ties. They bring into existence the presence of an 
organization with few simple and potent symbols 
and indicate service to the College while uphold- 
ing character and like-mindedness. 



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BRIGGS, FA YE 
BRIGGS. KAYE 
BROOME, DONNA 
COLLINS, NANCY 
COMBS, LEANNE 



COOKE. FAYE 
DeBERRY, VICKIE 
HUDSON. CATHERINE 
L\NDIN, CAROLYN 
LANE, BETSY 
LIYERMAN, DONNA 



LOMAX, NANCY 
MOORE, CATHERINE 
MORRIS, JEAN 
MOWERY, BRENDA 
OLIVER, SANDRA 
OWEN. KAYE 



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ROGERS, LOU 
SESSOMS, JANICE 
SLAUGHTER, LINDA 
SLAUGHTER, LYNN 
STOKES, ANNETTE 



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WILLETS, DORIS 
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President 



PATSY WILEY 
1st Vice President 



ELEANOR POOLE 
2nd Vice President 



CAROL BARRETT 
Recording Secretary 



Active in numerous phases of campus life, the 
sisters of Alpha Phi participated in the Sorority 
Spectacular and the Homecoming Parade. The field 
of excellence for Alpha Phi was in the realm of 
intramural sports. Within the sorority division. 
Alpha Phi won the Softball championship in 1961 
and 1962. and the volleyball and basketball cham- 
pionships for the present year. With the national 
philanthropy of cardiac aid. the Delta Alpha Chap- 
ter sponsored "Tag Day" on February 23, and col- 



lected the Heart Fund containers in the City of 
Greenville. In addition, a needy girl was adopted 
by the group. 

Forty-five coeds compose the local Alpha Phi 
chapter which was founded on February 6. 1960. 
Nationally, the organization was chartered on Octo- 
ber 10, 1872. "Union hand in hand" was adopted 
by the founders of the international fraternity as 
the Motto. 









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CHARLYN BILLINGS 
.IOYCE BLIZZARD 
TEMPE BOETTNER 
MARIE BREWER 
JOYCE BROWN 



JEAN BUSHBY 
BETTY ANN CARAWAN 
I.IBBY CHANDLER 
NANCY COMPTON, 
Corresponding Sec. 
LINDA DANIELS 
ANNE DEVANE 



BOBBIE EASON 
MARTHA ELLIS 
PEGGY GARRETT 
BRENDA GARRISON 
ANDREA HARRIS 
CATHY HARRIS 



GEORGIA GREY HOOKS 
CAROL JOYNER 
TWEETIE LAND 
MARY LOFTIN 
BETH McBRAYER 
BRENDA McCANLESS 




With the theme of North Carolina Education, the Alpha 
Phis and the Pi Kappa Phis worked together on their Home 
coming float. 



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BUNNY McILWEAN 
NANCY McILWEAN, Tre 
BOBBI MADDOX 
JANE MINCHEW 
DIANNE NESBITT 



BETTY OLIVER 
BRENDA REGES 
SUE NEIL ROUSE 
BELINDA SMITH 
DONNA SUMNER 
SANDRA WADDILL 



JOAN WETHERINGTON 

NANCY WRIGHT 

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President 



GAIL ELKINS 
Vice President 



MELBA RHUE 
Treasurer 



MRS. KEITH KERR 



Forty young ladies on this college campus make 
up the sisterhood of Alpha Xi Delta. Within their 
bond, these coeds strive to form lasting friendship 
and to search for opportunities to prepare them for 
human service. 

The Gamma Phi Chapter gave a Christmas 
gift to a local orphan, sponsored a Greek "All 
Sing." participated in a Cerebral Palsy Drive and 



attended a beach trip together. Last summer, two 
local members attended the National Convention. 
Founded nationally on April 17. 1893, and 
locally in September. 1950. Alpha Xi Delta gives 
national loans and scholarships. On the local level, 
best pledge awards are given and the most out- 
standing member is recognized. 



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BLYTHE. MARGARET 
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DOUB, LINDA 
EVANS. LINDA 
HOLMES, EDITH 
HUDSON, LYNN 



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JOHNSON. BARBARA 
KENNEDY, GERALDINE 
McDOUGALL, ROBERTA 
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PRESCOTT, JERRY 
ROBERTSON, MARY 
SPECKMAN, ELLIE 
STOKES, LrNDSEY 
•TRADER, BARBARA 



TRUELOVE, JANE 
VOGLER, BECKI 
WILLIAMS, FRANCES 
WORTHINGTON, SUE 
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President 



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Vice President 



Based on friendship, social and civic service, 
quality activities, vocational interests, sincere learn- 
ing, and creditable scholarship, the Rho Zeta Chap- 
ter of Chi Omega sorority was founded locally on 
November 12. 1959. Nationally, this sorority was 
chartered on April 5. 1895. at the University of 
Arkansas. 

Plans for this year included a Christmas party 
for underprivileged children, a Senior Banquet, a 
formal pledge dance, a Founders' Day Banquet. 









BARBARA ANN ELLIS 
Secretary 



iARA LOU WHITE 
Treasurer 



The Rachel Spivey 
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and the annual Parents' Picnic. 
Award, an engraved silver tray, 
ence Prize are awards given to deserving persons 
annually. This organization participated in such 
activities as the Sorority Spectacular, the Mardi 
Gras Carnival, and the intramural sports program. 
The "Hoot-Hoot." the chapter newspaper, is pub- 
lished by and for the sisters of Chi Omega who 
strive to uphold Hellenic culture and Christian 
ideals. 



BAILEY, WILMA 
BAIN, NICKI 
BENNETT, JANE 
BINGHAM, DONNA 
BREWER, ELAINE 
BRISSON, JUDY 



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CAN'NADY, SYLVIA 
CROWELL, BRENDA 
DANIELS, PEGGY 
DAUGHERTY, CAROL 
DENTON, SANDEE 



DOYLE, JUDY 
GREENWELL, ANN 
HARRIS, BETH 
HICKS, DONNIE 
KERLEY, JO NELL 
MATTHEWS, DONNA 



McGOWAN, CAROLE 
McLARTY, JULIA 
MELCHER, PAT 
MEWBORN, SALLY 
MICHAEL, GREGORY 
MINTON, SHIRLEY 




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PRIEST, KAY 
REAVES, ELIZABETH 
ROBERTS, NANCY 
RYAN, BARBARA 
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HELON CARTER 

Vice President 



PEGGY DAVIS 
President 



Zeta Lambda Chapter of Delta Zeta at East 
Carolina upholds the principle of uniting more 
closely in the bonds of sincere friendship. These 
characteristics of Delta Zeta were born on October 
24. 1902. at the national founding and were instated. 

Delta Zeta participated very actively in campus 
and community services this year. The sisters dis- 
tributed educational literature, visited the County 



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Secretary 




CAROLYN TAYLOE 
Treasurer 



Home for the Aged, and sponsored an Easter Egg 
Hunt for children. The Cancer Drive and intra- 
mural sports also benefited from the efforts of the 
members of this organization. Forty sisters com- 
pose this sorority which gives several awards and 
scholarships within the group, both on a local and 
national level. 



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BOBBITT, JOAN 
CANNON. FRAN 
CONGLETON, GENEVA 
DEATON, JANICE 
EDMONDS, NANCY 



EUGLOW, JUDY 
GITELSON, ELAINE 
HARRIS, YVONNE 
HOLZHEUER, SANDRA 
LANIER, AGNES 
LANNING, KAY 



LEDBETTER, NANCY 
LYON, MARTHA 
MAY, NAN 

MAYNARD, LLEW JEAN 
MELTON. MARTHA 
OVERTON, ANN 



PARRISH, BILLIE 
RAWLS, MARTHA 
ROSEMAN, HELENE 
STAINBACK, SANDRA 
SKINNER, FREDDIE 
TAYLOE, PENNY 







Delta Zeta entered their float 
in the Homecoming parade. 



JANET WESCOTT 
Homecoming Sponsor 





Great fun was had by all of the si: 
week on their float for Homecoming. 



they worked continuously for an entire 



TEW, BARBARA 
TROXLER, BETTY 
WESCOTT, JANET 
WHITE, KAREN 
WIDDIFIELD, JEANETTE 
WILLIAMS, DOLORES 



WILLIAMS. LAURA 

YOW, KAY 

MRS. HELEN A. SNYDER 

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"Let us strive for that which is honorable, 
beautiful, and highest" is the open motto of the 
thirty-seven local members of Kappa Delta. The 
Gamma Sigma Chapter also procures green and 
white as their colors and the white rose as their 
flower. Kappa Delta was founded nationally on 
October 23, 1897, and locally on February 6, 1960. 

Kappa Delta was the recipient of the scholar- 
ship award for sororities in 1961 and 1962 on the 




CAROLYN HART 

Secretary 




BETTY DERRICK 
Treasurer 



East Carolina College campus. Activities for this 
group included helping underprivileged children 
at Christmas and Easter, sponsoring a picnic for 
parents, giving a faculty tea, and aiding the Crippled 
Children's Hospital in Richmond. Each year. Kap- 
pa Delta gives an award to the outstanding senior 
woman on campus. Together, this band of women 
forms friendship and sisterly love, encourages so- 
cial interests, and furthers charitable purposes. 



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BEDSOLE, ELIZABETH 
BRANNON, KAY 
BRYANT, BETSY 
BRYANT, MARGY 
CRAVOTTA, JULIE 



DUNCAN, NENA 
EPTON, KAY 
GALE, LINDA 
GILBERT, NANCY 
GLOSSON, LORETTA 
GROET, DOROTHY 



HARRELL, LEE 
HUNNING, LINDA 
KING, BETTY CAROL 
KOPLEY, ANNE 
LAMBERT, JUDY 
MUMFORD, MARY HELEN 



McCOY, LANA 

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McKENZIE. JANET 
POPE, MARY JANE 
RAYNOR, KATHERINE 
STANCIL, MADGE 



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'ith the theme of "Kappa Delta in Hades," this sorority educated and 
ught the rushees about its activities at the various parties. 




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vhich -devils" are present. 



TURNER, PAULA 
WARD, DIANE 
WINDHAM, NONIE 
ZACHERY, JOAN 



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JACKIE HAMMOND 
Vice President 




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JUDY REDFERN 

President 



MARY SMITHERMAN 
Treasurer 



Sigma Sigma Sigma, the motto of which is 
'"Faithful unto Death." has established a perpetual 
bond of friendship among the sisters. In addition, 
this sorority strives to develop strong womanly 
character, to encourage scholarship attainment, to 
arouse interest in self development, and to offer 
an opportunity for wholesome and gracious group 
life.. 



Special activities for the year included a sup- 
per for pledges, a Christmas Party with a fraternity, 
an Easter Egg Hunt for underprivileged children, 
and a Senior Send-Off Party. Among other com- 
munity activities in which the Sigmas take part 
are the Cancer Drive. Easter Seal Drive, and the 
White Cane Drive. 




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BENTLEY, JANICE 
BEST, NANNIE SUE 
BUNTINC, POLLY 
BURROUGHS, DIANE 



COLLIER, MARY 
CRAWFORD, CLARA FAYE 
EDISON, EMILY 
FORBIS, LEE 
GARTMAN, LAURA 
GLOVER, ELIZABETH 



GRAY, JUDD 
HOLT, CORNELIA 
HUBBARD, NANCY 
JENKINS. BARBARA 
JENNETTE, TRA 
JOHNSON, CAROLE 



JONES. SUE 
KILLIAN, LINDA 
MIDGETT, JO ANN 
NORFLEET, SARA 
POLK, JACKIE 
RICHWINE, JUDITH VNN 



ister Diana Foster serves the essential 
-food — at a Sigma rush party. 







Rushees .often ask questions of the sisters during Rush Week. 
This year's rushees were no exception. 





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Homecoming Sponsor. 



It was "banjo picking time" at the Sigma house during Formal 
Rush. 




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SKINNER, MARY 
TEMPLE, MARY 
THOMPSON, JENNY LYNN 
THORNTON, LINDA 
TRENT, JANE 



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STEVE GALLUP 
President 






STUART SIEGEL 
Vice President 



ALAN T. PENN 
Secretary 




WILLIAM ELMAN 
Treasurer 





MARK MELTZER 



HOWARD RUBIN 



Chartered nationally in 1913 and locally in 
I960. Alpha Epsilon Pi promotes deep-sealed friend- 
ships: encourages truthfulness, honesty, and cour- 
age; inaugurates a healthy spirit of cooperation 
and helpfulness and creates a brotherhood. At 
East Carolina. Alpha Epsilon Pi has a colony with 
the colors of blue and sold and a total member- 



ship of eight. 

Plans of the Epsilon Kappa Colony for this 
year included monthly parties, banquets, and out- 
ings. This group also participated in the Intra- 
mural Sports Program and engaged in charity work. 
A Best Pledge Award was given to the outstanding 
pledge in the respective pledge classes. 




Brothers Alan Penn. Bill Elman, 
Jon Singer, and Stuart Siegel ex- 
plain the meaning and symbols of 
Alpha Epsilon Pi to two rushees. 







\s most boys say "Girls can add a spark ot 
■ush party." These coeds helped the AEPis. 



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BUDDY B.RITT 
Vice President 




JIMMY JOYNER 
Secretary 




JIM TALTON 
Treasurer 



MICHAEL NUNN 
President 



With green and white as their colors and the 
carnation as their flower, the Delta Sigma Phis 
encourage its members to make the most of college 
through a well-planned, balanced life — the symmetri- 
cal development of the mind, the soul, and the body. 



Locally this group was established on October 
24, 1961, with the motto of "Engineered Leader- 
ship," the Delta Sigma Phis actively participate in 
intramural sports and the work of the Inter- 
Fraternitv Council. 




BAILEY, HERBERT 
BROWN, BEN 
HATCH, JOHNNY 







of Delta Sigma Phi await the rushees while relaxing under 



their proud banner. 




Time out for a little relaxation even though the party is 
in full swing in the adjoining room. 






It's party time for the Delta Sigma Phis as Buzzy Dean 
greets the guests at the door. 




With an Hawaiian back drop, the brothers of De 
joy the refreshments at one of their frequent pa 



The refreshment table was a likely spot to fine 
this Delta Sigma Phi brother. 



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JIM HUDSON 
Vice President 



Approximately forty brothers compose the 
brotherhood of Kappa Alpha Order at East Caro- 
lina College. Among the highlights of the year for 
this fraternity were the Old South Ball which was 
held in April and a party for underprivileged chil- 
dren at Christmas. 

As the recipient of the Board of Trustees 
Service Award, the Gamma Rho Chapter showed 
its endeavors for community and civic services. In 



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Secretary 




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addition, the members of Kappa Alpha Order 
ushered at the home football games. 

Furthering the tradition of the Old South is 
the goal for which these men strive. The founda- 
tions for the KA's were laid on December 21, 1865, 
at Washington College and locally on September 26, 
1958. Crimson and old gold are their colors and 
the red rose and the magnolia are their flowers. 



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BASS, JIM 
BASS, WHITTY 
BLANTON, JIM 
CANTRELL, HENRY 
CHINN, GEORGE 



DEAN, PHIL 
EARLY, JIM 
ERWIN, FENTON 
FREEMAN, RUFUS 
FULFORD, JERRY 
GOODWIN, BILLY 



IIOIM.F.S, WILLIAM 
HOWIE, CHARLEY 
LANIER, GENE 
LEFAVOR, MARSHALL 
M< liONOUGH, RICK 
MALLISON, TOMMY 



MASSEY, BILL 
MATTHEWS, REGGIE 
NEWBORN, VIRGIL 
ROBERTS, IRWIN 



SKILES, BUD 
STEVENS, RAY 




!. D. Mills and his date display their talents of dancing 
a KA party. 



TEMPLE, PAT 
VAN NORTHWICK, 
BILL 



In the book of a KA, a nice gathering spot, some food, and a date 
constitute a time for enjoyment. 



WILSON, WAYLON 
WEST, FRED 
WATSON, STEVE 
WATERS, JOHN 
DR. OVID PIERCE. 
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President 




BOB BRANCH 
Vice President 



Lambda Chi Alpha, chartered in 1909 at 
Boston College, strives to build men of strong 
character, high morals, and unselfishness, who seek 
to make of themselves gentlemen through group 
participation, responsibilities, and achievement. The 
Iota-Upsilon Zeta Chapter at East Carolina, com- 
posed of forty-eight brothers, this year sponsored 
an Easter Egg Hunt for underprivileged children 
in the Greenville area and supported fund raising 




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Secretary 



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Treasurer 



drives toward the James Ficklen Stadium and the 
pursuit of a fraternity row. 

The annual Crescent Girl Ball, held in the 
Spring, was the highlight of the social events of the 
year for the Lambda Chis. In addition, the Lamb- 
da Chis received the all-campus Champions Award 
in 1961. Greek Week has also been won by this 
group for the past three out of four years. This 
fraternity upholds the motto — "Every man a man." 



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AVERETTE. BARNIE 
BENSON, LYNN 
BARNES, CARLTON 
BUCK, EDDIE 
BYNUM, JOHN 



BYNUM, MERRILL 
CARROLL, BILL 
CAWMAN, BUTCH 
CONKLIN, MICKEY 
CROCKER, THOMAS 
DUKE, SKIPPER 



DUNN, ED 
ESTES, ROBERT 
FLOYD, JIMMY 
GARRETT, BOB 
GODWIN, BILL 
GOSSETT, TED 



HARDEE, BOBBY 
HARRIS, JIMMY 
HOLMES, JIM 
JARRELL, RICKY 
KILLEBREW. J. C. 
KINSEY, RALPH 



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MADDOX, TOMMY 
NEWSOME, RONNIE 
PAUL, JERRY 
REGGINS, JIM 
TUGWELL, TUGGY 



WARD, DOUG 
WARREN, BUZZ 
WILLIAMS, BOBB.Y 
WINSTEAD, BILLY 
WOODBURY, MAX 
WOOTEN, BILLY 



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ASHLEY HUMPHREY 
President 




M. B. GODBOLD 
Vice President 




EDWARD SHERWOOD 
Secretary 




MICHAEL SYKES 
Treasurer 



Phi Kappa Tau. chartered locally in the Spring 
of 1960. places emphasis upon innate worth and 
Christian ideals and strives to prove their brother- 
hood a credit to the national fraternity, the college 
and the community. Each year this fraternity 
adopts an underprivileged family at Christmas. 

Highlighting the social events of the year for 
Phi Kappa Tau were the Coronation Ball, the 
Valentine Dance, and a Masquerade Ball as well as 
several combo parties. Alpha Phi and Kappa Delta 



sororities were entertained by the Phi Taus at 
their new home on East Third Street. 

Miami University in Ohio on March 17, 1906, 
was the national founding date of Phi Kappa Tau. 
At that time the red carnation was accepted as the 
national flower and Harvard red and old gold were 
selected as the colors. The Gamma Eta Chapter 
has ■received the Board of Trustees Scholarship 
Trophy for the last two years. 




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CORRELL, BOYD 
COX, RICHARD 
DREWER, NEWMAN 
EYERMAN, BILL 



GASKILL, BILL 
HARDISON, FLOYD 
JACKSON, TOMMY 
KEEL, SAM 
MANER, JIM 



MILES, ARTIE 
MILLER, BILL 
PARKER, JOHNNY 
PATRICK, GEORGE 
REYNOLDS, LOU 



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KAREN WHITE 

Homecoming Sponsor 



Slow dancing is a favorite of the Phi Taus at their 
frequent '"get togethers" at the house. 



A little limbo adds to the spirit of 
many of the Phi Kappa Tau parties. 





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SAIEED, FRANK 
SCHWENTORUS. RONALD 
SHOBE, CHARLES 
SOUFUS, JIMMY 
STANCIL, JACK 



STOWE, ART 
STRICKLAND, DON 
STRICKLAND, DOUG 
TEAGUE, FORREST 
MRS. GILL, Housemother 



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President 




MURRAY MacDIARMID 
Vice President 



"The establishment of friendship on a firmer 
and more lasting basis; for the promotion of 
brotherly love and kind feeling; for the mutual 
benefit and advancement of the interest of those 
with whom we sympathize and deem worthy of our 
regard." These are purposes of the men of Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

The Epsilon Mu Chapter at East Carolina 
College was chartered on May 17, 1958, and Pi 



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Treasurer 

BUD WALL 
Historian 

Kappa Alpha was originally founded at the Univer- 
sity of Virginia, March 1, 1863. 

Among their many social activities this year 
were the annual Dream Girl Ball, the Concert by 
the Sea, and the Founders' Day Celebration. In 
promoting good will in the community, the Pika's 
took part in the Heart Fund Drive, UNICEF, and 
the Bloodmobile. 



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BROWN, LESTER 
CHADWICK, HUNTER 
CUNNIFF, BILL 
COX, BILLY 
DUDLEY, DAVE 



ELLEN, TOMMY 
GUENTHER, CHRIS 
HOBBS, KEITft 
KIMREY, JIM 
LAWRENCE, HENRY 
McNIEL, JAMES 



MILLER, TRUMAN 
MOORE, BILL 
MOORE, JERRY 
MURRAY, BUDDY 
NOE, GEORGE 
REBER, TOM 



REESE, RONNIE 
ROCK, DAVE 
SCOTT, TOM 
SMALL, STEVE 
SMITH, ROLAND 
SULLIVAN, BILL 




Homecoming will be remembered by 
the PiKA's! 



TAFF, ROBERT 
TILLEY, BUZZY 
WARD, KIRBY 
WILLIFORD, RAY 
WORLEY, DICK 



"Keep North Carolina Clean" was 
the theme of the PiKA float which 
won first prize. 



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Faculty Advisor 
MR. FRED ROBERTSON; 

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President 



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Vice President 




FREO WEBSTER 
Secretary 




GEORGE RESSEGUIE 
Treasurer 



Receiving their national charter was the 
crowning point of the activities of 1963 for the 
Beta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Started as a 
colony in 1961, the local group obtained the im- 
portant document on February 16, 1963. Other 
plans completed were a car wash for the stadium 
drive, Parents' Day, Rose Queen Ball, and a ban- 
quet for the alumni. In addition, the Pi Kaps 



aided the drive against arthritis and distributed 
copies of the Alma Mater at Homecoming. 

Excellence in scholarship and obtaining high 
ideals in Christian manhood and citizenship typi- 
fies the men who have white, gold, and blue as their 
colors and the red rose as their flower. Twenty 
members are now within the brotherhood of the 
Beta Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. 




BAILEY, OTIS 
BAREFOOT, MILES 
CAYTON, MIKE 
DAVIS, CHARLES 
FEARING, ALAN 



JONES, ALLEN 
LANCASTER, CHUCK 
LEWIS, WILEY 
McLAMB, BRUCE 
MARTIN, CHARLIE 



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The long-waited-for moment finally arrived for the Pi Kaps on February 
16, 1963. President Bobby Hood received the National Charter from a 
national official. 





Sweeping the campus this year was the "thunderbird fad.' 
The Pi Kaps also took it in stride. 



K jukebox was acquired by the fraternity for its new 
:hapter room. The brothers and their dates enjoyed mak- 
ng their favorite selections. 



Pete Davidson and Bobbie Mattox participated in that 
favorite college pastime — dancing. 




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Recorder 




STEVE HOCKMAN 
Lieutenant Commander 



IERRY ELLER 

Treasurer 



In 1869. the Sigma Nu fraternity was chartered 
at the Virginia Military Institute. The Sigma Nu 
fraternity is composed of forty brothers who ad- 
vocate the creed — to believe in the life of love, 
to walk in the way of honor, to serve in the light 
of truth — this is the life, the way, and the light of 
Sigma Nu. Having high ideals, they attempt to 
promote brotherhood, scholarship, and prepare 
the college man for things to come during his life. 



In the way of activities this year, the Sigma 
Nu's and the Pika's participated in an annual 
football game. They also sponsored several drives 
to raise money to support the stadium fund and 
to buy new uniforms for East Carolina's varsit) 
football team. 

In intramural sports, the brothers of Sigma Nu 
have been the swimming champions and runner- 
up in basketball. 



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BRYAN. LUCIAN 
COLLIER. RICHARD 
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FORBIS. JOHN 



HERRING. RICHARD 
HOLLOMAN, WAYNE 
HUNT, SAM 
JAMES, BOB 
JONES, DAVID 
JONES, JOHNNY 



KINTZ. DONNIE 
LANGFORD. PHIL 
LEONARD. STEVE 
MALONEY, MILLARD 
MARLEY, TOM 
MEREDITH. BILL 



O'BRIENT. BONES 
OLIVER, STEVE 
OMOHUNDRD, TOM 
PIMBERTON. BILL 
RICE, JERRY 
SHELTON, CHARLES 



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SHOLAR, HARRELL 
SMITH, STUART 
SPARROW, KEATS 
SPEARS, RAY 
STANCIL, BURKE 



STANTON, JIM 
STONE, RALPH 
TAYLOE, DICK 
TROUBLEFIELD, MARSHALL 
TUTTLE, BOB 
VEASY, BOB 



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WEAVER, JIM 
YOUNG, BILLY 
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President 



BILL WILLIAM? 
Vice President 



BILL BRINKLEY, JR. 

Secretary 



MARTIN HELMS 
Treasurer 



Known as "the fraternity with a heart," Sigma 
Phi Epsilon was founded on November 1. 1901. in 
Richmond. Virginia. The colors adopted were red 
and purple and the flowers were roses and violets. 
Published four times per year, the Sig Eps have a 
national magazine titled the "Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Journal." 

Chartered at East Carolina in 1961. the Kappa 



Chapter established principles of brotherhood, 
character, leadership, and scholarship. Campus and 
community activities such as the Bloodmobile and 
Heart Fund Drive benefited from this fraternity's 
endeavors. The Founders' Day Ball, the Sig Ep 
Ball, and Parents' Day rounded out the plans for 
this organization in 1963. In addition, the Intra- 
mural Softball Trophy was awarded to this group. 




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BARCLAY, NORMAN 
COLARDO. BERNARD 
COWAN, GORDON 
CROSS, JIM 



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GOOD, HOMER LEE 

HOLLEMAN, LAWRENCE 
HOPKINS, GILES 

JOSEPHS, ERNEST 



JOYNER, EDWARD 
LEWIS, LARRY 
MARE, CHARLES 
MAYS. GORDON 
MITCHELL, ED 



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shine," the Sig Eps brought a little 
humor to the Homecoming Parade. 










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LAVERNE BLACKLEY 
Homecoming Sponsor 



MOORE, DON 
NORFORD, WALKER 
PHELPS, BILL 
ROBERTS. BILL 
ROBINSON, JAMES 



ROYSTER, BOB 
SHELTON, BEN 
STECKEL, WILLIAM 
SUTHERLAND, ART 
ZEBLEY. ROBERT 




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President 



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Vice President 




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Treasurer 



KEN CONGLETON 
Secretary 



Red carnations and the colors of red and white 
are two of the traditional symbols of the fifty 
brothers of Theta Chi. The Epsilon Iota Chapter 
upholds the national motto of "Alma Mater first and 
Theta Chi for Alma Mater" and the purposes of 
brotherhood, scholarship, and leadership. Examples 
of these qualities included the winning of the 
scholarship trophy, the distribution of the East 
Carolinian, and first place in the Homecoming 



activities for the best decorated float in the frater- 
nity division. 

Highlights for the year were the Mason- 
Dixon Jubilee which the local chapter hosted and 
the installation of a kitchen within the fraternity 
house. Theta Chi was begun at Norwich Univer- 
sity in Vermont on April 10, 1856, and was char- 
tered at this school on March 15, 1958. 






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BENNETT, BRYAN 
BRASWELL, BILLY 
BROWN, MIKE 
CHESNUTT, JIM 
CHILDRESS, GUS 



CONRAD, KEN 
FOWLER, FRED 
HARRIS, ALLEN 
HARRIS, BILL 
HARRIS, PHIL 
HOLLAND, FRANKIE 



HOLMES, SIDNEY 
IDOL, GARY 
LARSON, LOU 
LEE, ED 

MIZZELL, ARLEN 
MOORE. KEN 



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ROBINSON, DOUG 
ROMANIW, MIKE 
SHEARIN, DAVE 
SHEPHERD, WOODY 
SNEAD, LARRY 



SOUTHALL, JIMMY 
SPENCE, BING 
STEEN. MARVIN 
STEPHENS, BERK 
URQUHART, KEN 
VASHAW, HARWARD 



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WATSON, BRETT 
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President 




BILL SUTTON 
Senior Vice Preside 




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FRANK LAYNE 
Secretary 




Organized at New York University in 1907, the 
International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi was 
founded at East Carolina in 1955. Through pro- 
fessional activities including guest speakers, com- 
mercial tours, and films, the Delta Zeta Chapter 
had an active program to develop better relations 
between the business world and the student. 

With the support of the other business organi- 
zations. Delta Sigma Pi sponsored the oil portrait 
of Dr. E. R. Browning for the dedication of the E. 



R. Browning Room in Rawl Building. Chi Omega 
and Delta Sigma Pi also gave their annual Christ- 
mas party of the local children. Other social activi- 
ties included the quarterly pledge parties, the Rose 
Ball held on March 30, the first annual "Spring 
Fling." and the various other parties, one of which 
was with the Alpha Phi Sorority. Among the pro- 
fessional aspects were tours of the DuPont Plant, 
National Spinning Company, and Samson Shirt 
Factorv. 





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CAIN, RANDY 

COOK, WAYNE 

EDWARDS, BOB 

FAULKNER, WALTER, Historian 

FOWLER, JERRY 



FRAZIER, STEVE 
GARRISS, JOHN 
GRIFFIN, DAN 
GAY, DAN 

HELMS, PHIL, Pledge 
HOLBERT, DICK 



JOHNSON, JOE 
JOURNIGAN, CLIFF 
KOONCE, GALE 
MANCINI, RAY 
McGEE, NATHAN 
MEEKS, GARY 







A traditional event for the Delta Sigs is the Ugly Man 
Contest at the Mardi Gras. 




Tom Reese and Judy Brisson aid the local children at the 
annual Christmas party given jointly by the Delta Sigs 
and Chi Omega. 



NEAL, RONNIE, Vice President 
NIXON, ROGER 
RABON, JIM 
REESE, TOM 
REGISTER, ROGER 
RHODES, GEORGE 



STOKES, PAUL 
WEEKS, BUDDY 
WHITMYER, TED 
WIGHTMAN, GEORGE 
DURHAM, WILLIAM H., Advisor 
HOWELL, W. W., Advisor 




Carolyn Beck, Rose Queen and 
fiancee of Brother Ronnie Neal, 
was the guest of honor at the 
Founders' Day Banquet held on 
November 7. 




Several professional tours are among the activities of the Brothers 
of Delta Sigma Pi. On the agenda this year was a visit to the E. 
I. DuPont de Nemours Plant. 



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President 



EDWARD JONES 



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DAVID MILLSON 
Secretary 



JESSE HOLTON 
Treasurer 



Winning first place in Homecoming float com- 
petition for the second consecutive year was the 
Zeta Psi Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. An- 
other award presented this group was the Province 
Twenty Manpower Award. This brotherhood also 
presented the American Music Festival in May, 
gave two concerts, and held a banquet and dance at 
the Homecoming festivities. Ushering and sponsor- 



ing a concession stand at the SGA Musical was an 
added realm of campus service. 

Created on October 13. 1903, nationally, and 
on February 19. 1955. locally. Phi Mu Alpha has 
the colors of black, red. and gold. This organization 
promotes and fosters interest and brotherhood in 
the field of music. Awards and scholarships also 
mark the well-rounded ideals of this fraternity. 







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BROWN, WILLIAM 
BLACKWELL, DALE 
BOMER, KINCHEM 
BRILEY, GLENN 
COLLINS, WILLIAM 



CRUMPLER, DOUGLAS 
DUCKWORTH, WILLIAM 
HULCHER, CHARLES 
JOHNSON, JOHNNY 
KELLY, NEWTON 
KILPATRICK, MIKE 



MILGRAM, RICHARD 
MOORE. GENE 
MURPHY, ROBERT 
OLSON, JOHN 
PATTERSON, JOHN 
SMITH. AL 



TEACH EY, JERALD 
TURNER. VERNON 
TYSON, ROBERT 
WHITE, WILLIAM 
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Looking at the Phi Mu Alpha scrapbook was the favorite 
pastime of many of the individuals who were interested in thi 
fraternity. 




Phi Mu Alpha's combo dance at the Mardi 
Gras was a big success. Their booth won sec- 
ond prize. 



Much hard work paid off for the Phi Mus as 
their Homecoming float captured first place in 
the Organization Division. 




Water, sun, and card — all are es- 
sential for a fun filled day at the 
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work on Phi Mu's float. 



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Highlighting the year for Sigma Alpha Iota 
was the annual Christmas concert. In addition. SAI 
gave a joint musical program with Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia at the Caswell Training School. 

Founded locally on May 1, 1955, the Beta 
Psi Chapter requires an over-all "C" average for 
membership and a "B" average in musical courses. 
Other qualities are leadership, scholarship, musician- 



ship, and personality. With a membership totaling 
twenty, this group also participles in the Frater- 
nity All-Sing, the Contemporary Music Festival 
and the Homecoming Activities. 

Nationally. Sigma Alpha Iota has a national 
periodical called Pan Pipes and gives a Leader- 
ship Award, an Honor Certificate and a Dean's 
Honor Award. 



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COOKE, OLIVE HERRING 
ENGLAND. CAROLYN 
FORBES, BECKY 
GALLAGHER. SUE CRETCHEX 



('. \SKINS. BETTY JO 
HANSON, LINDA 
ISAAC, JOANNA 
JACOBS, BRENDA 
JERNIGAN, FAYDENE 



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JOHNSON, JUDY 
JONES, MARTHA 
MITCHELL, JOYCE 




Sisterly love grows deeper as the SAI's learn to 
cultivate a deeper sense of music by practicing to- 
gether. 



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President 



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Vice President 





RAY WATSON 
Secretary 



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Treasurer 



A service fraternity to the College, the com- 
munity, and the nation, Alpha Phi Omega sponsored 
the White Ball, a dance for which the proceeds gc 
to the Crippled Children's Society: prepared the 
Christmas seals for mailing; distributed THE 
REBEL; and. ushered at graduation. Celebrating 
their tenth year on campus, the APO's have just 
completed their new chapter room. 



Founded on December 16, 1925. at Lafayette 
College, this group of thirty-eight former Boy 
Scouts lives by their motto — "Be a friend; be of 
service; be a leader." Presently, Alpha Phi Omega 
is the only national service fraternity on campus 
and was the first fraternity to organize on East 
Carolina's Campus. 



BOYD, RICHARD 
CANNON, BILL 
CUMMINGS, JERRY 
CURTISS, BOBBY 
EDWARDS, HARVEY 
FORSYTH, BOB 



HARRIS, ARTHUR 
KLUTZ, GLENN 
LOGGINS, JIM 
MACKEY, TOM 
MARTIN, LINWOOD 
McDUFFIE, PAT 



MELVIN, FALLON 
NICHOLS, BILL 
PATE, MARVIN 
PENUEL, RAY 
SCRUGGS, MAX 
SMITH, RICHARD 



STACKPOLE, DUNCAN 
STEINBECK, FRANK 
TABBUTT, DAVE 
TART, ROYCE 
TAYLOR, JERRY 
TEACHEY, GEORGE 



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WARREN, IRVING 
WATSON, SAMMY 
WEBSTER, KEN 
WHITFIELD, WILLARD 
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JOHN GOODHEART 
President 




JAMES SMITH 
Vice President 





MARY ANN CAMPBELL 
Secretary 



JAMES SANDERS 
Treasurer 



A national honorary fraternity which strives to 
promote art interest, to stimulate higher scholar- 
ship and to recognize potential professional abili- 
ty is this group. Evidence of these purposes is 
displayed by the offer of scholarships to any deserv- 
ing member. Only students having an over-all "B" 



average in academics and art courses are eligible 
for membership. 

Monthly dinner meetings, exhibition of the 
work of members at the Greenville Art Center, and 
contributions to the PALETTE, the national maga- 
zine, were the primary projects of Delta Phi Delta. 




BARRETT, CAROL 
BURKETTE, DAVID 
BUTLER, JEAN 
CANIPE, PEGGY 
CRAWLEY, WESLEY 



GORDLEY, TRAN 
MORRIS, JANET 
NEEL, FRANCIS 
ROBINSON, BETTY JO 
ROSS, ELIZABETH 



SEXHUER, DONALD 
TAMURA, MAGGIE 
TOLER, REYNOLD 
TOUCHTON, LINDA 
WAFF, PAT 



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for the showing of a filmstrip at the fraternity meeting. 



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Betsy Ross, Ann Marshburn, Linda Touchton, and Betty 
Robinson demonstrate the use of a spray apparatus for 
painting. 



The utilization of the air brush is shown by Barbara Blackwelder, Raymond 
Harrison, Pat Waff, and Duffy Toler, who are members of the fraternity. 




Peggy Canipe inks a plate while Bennie Daniels, Janet Morris, 
and Maggy Tamura watch the procedure. 



President John Goodheart presides at the regularly scheduled meet- 
ings of Delta Phi Delta. 



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FREDDIE SKINNER 
President 



MARY LYNN HENDERSON 
Vice President 




PATTIE FORBES 

Secretary-Treasurer 




BRENDA PAINTER 
Reporter 



To encourage high professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards and to recognize outstand- 
ing contributions to education is the purpose of 
the Eta Chi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi education 
fraternity. The national organization was reor- 
ganized March 8. 1911, and incorporated June 8. 
1911. at Illinois. The local chapter. Eta Chi. was 
founded on June 19. 1953. by Dr. Katherine Vicery. 



Among the functions of this organization is the 
publication of the Educational Forum. In order to 
become a member of Kappa Delta Pi. it is neces- 
sary to have an interest in education, to maintain 
a high scholastic average, to be of at least junior 
standing, and to complete nine hours in education 
and psychology courses here at the College. 




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FREEMAN, CAROLYN 
GODWIN, JUDY 
GRIFFIN, MINNIE 



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EWIS, LYNDA 
DR. RUTH MODLIN. Adxi-nr 



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Informal discussions concerning the many educational problems of the 
part of Kappa Delta Pi's activities. 



of today were an integral 




Pattie Forbes, Brenda Painter, and Carolyn Freeman receive their certificates 
of membership. 




Vice President Mary Lynn Henderson gives Bonnie Dudley 
her long-awaited-for pin. 



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SYLVIA HARRIS 
President 






GEORGE RHODES 
Treasurer 



JIMMY CHESNUTT 
Vice President 



DOROTHY DUNLOW 



On February 12. 1944. the Beta Kappa Chap- 
ter of Phi Omega Pi. honorary business fraternity. 
was founded on the campus. Having as its pur- 
poses to create, encourage, promote, and extend 
interest in scholarship: to aid in activity for civic 
betterment of schools: to encourage and foster high 
ethical standards in business and professional life: 
and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all 



worthy enterprise. The Beta Kappa Chapter has 
ranked in the top ten chapters in the nation for the 
past twelve years. 

Plans and projects for this year included a 
work project, performing typing and duplicating 
services for students and faculty; aid to a needy 
family of twelve at Christmas; a Founders' Day- 
Coke Party, and a Spring Banquet. 



ADKINS, ANN 
ALLEN, BRENDA 
ASHLEY, NADEEN 
BLAND, SUE ANN 
BROWN, BRENDA 
DeBRUHL. FAYE 



DICKEN, DONNA 
GARDNER, LINDA 
GUYTON, JANICE 
HONEYCUTT. BECKY 
HORNUNG. CAROLYN 
JOHNSON, LILLIAN 



JORDAN, MARSHA 
KALLIO, HELEN 
MOBLEY, JUDITH 
OGBURN, JO ANNE 
PORTER, AUDREY- 
PULLEY, MARIE 



VI EVENSON, JOYCE 
STEVENSON, THOMAS 
SWAIN, MARY ANNE 
WATERS, SANDRA 
WHITEHURST. SHIRLEY 
WIDDIFIELD. JEANETTE 



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sey, second from left, is advisor to the group. 



Karen Brown receives the Departn 
Award from a member of the business 
staff, Miss Ellis. 




REBECCA HONEYClir 

Homecoming Sponsor 



A well-rounded meal was had by everyone at the an- 
nual Spring Banquet held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 



James Sullivan was awarded the Thomas Clay Williai 
Memorial Scholarship Award by Dr. Audrey Dempsey. 




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SPENCER GRADY 
Vice President 



LYNN A. COX 
President 



A local honorary fraternity, Alpha Delta Tau 
strives to promote scholastic and professional pro- 
ficiency in Industrial Arts, to reward accomplish- 
ments, and to foster advancement in the field of 
Industrial Arts. Qualifications for membership in- 
clude an over-all "C" average and a "B" average 
on twenty-four hours in the Industrial Arts Depart- 



Nurribering fifteen members, the fraternity has 
petitioned the national industrial arts fraternity, 
Epsilon Pi Tad, for admission. In addition, 
Alpha Delta Tau helped with the Homecoming ac- 
tivities, the stadium fund, and the bond drive. 



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ALFORD, MURRAY 
BARLOW, WALTER 
CASEY, BENJAMIN 
FINCH, JOHN 
GROVE, RONNIE 



KYLES, DON 
LASSITER, SHELDON 
LEGGETT, H. K. 
LEWIS, LYLE 
MOORE, BILL 



PHELPS, TOMMY 
PINER, JOHN 
REDD, LEWIS 
WALLEN, WILLIAM 
WALSTON, JOHN 



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Vice President 




MARY WORTHINGTOX 
Secretary 




M \YHEATLEY 
President 



BILLY GOODWIN 

Treasurer 



In 1953 the Alpha Gamma Chapter of Chi Beta Phi. 
national science fraternity, was founded on the East 
Carolina Campus. It is the purpose of this organization 
to recognize outstanding honor students in science and 
mathematics, and to provide these honor students with a 
service organization. Qualifications for membership in 
this group are an interest in science. "B" average on all 
science and math courses, and a "C + " average over- 
all. Also, a member must have taken, or be taking, a 
total of thirty quarter hours in science or mathematics. 

In May of 1963. Alpha Gamma Chapter sponsored 
the Collegiate Academy of Science of the North Carolina 
Academy of Science meetings on campus. In April of 
1964, the local chapter will be host for the National 
Convention. 



FRANCES COZART 

Homecoming Sponsor 




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Bl TLER, MURDOCK 
CASTELLOE, MARY 
COLLIER, CARA 
COX, WILLIAM 
COZART, FRANCES 



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GREEN, VIRGINIA 
HILL, MARGARET 
HYLE. ROY ALTON 
McROY, BARBARA 
NELSON, ELDON 



RHUE, MELBA 
SHACKELFORD. LARRY 
THOMPSON, SANDRA 
WALL, BRENDA 
WALLACE, SYLVIA 
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President 







CLENTON SMITH 
Vice President 



Rising from the Geography Department is the 
Beta Iota Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon. The twenty 
members continue the study of geography, keep informed 
on current developments in geography, enliven geography 
in schools, and arouses interest in the field. Gamma 
Theta Upsilon was founded locally in 1955 and na- 
tionally in 1931. 

Each year, the fraternity offers a twenty-five dollars 
scholarship to a geography major. Among their many 
activities were three field trips to the nation's capital, 
regular dinner meetings and editing a bi-yearly news- 
letter. 




JIMMY ROWE 
Treasurer 




BACON, LEE 
BENNETT. GORDON 
DEXTER, CHARLOTTE 
DOWDY, GARY 
GRIGGS, THOMAS 



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HOLLINGSWORTH, JOSEPL 
NEWMAN, BOBBIE 
SOUTH, GEORGE 
WHITLEY, BARRY 



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EDWARD MIZELL WILLIAM OAKLEY 

President Vice President 



TONY KATSIAS 

Secretary 



THOMAS SPELLER 
Treasurer 



Phi Epsilon Kappa has the distinction of be- 
ing the only national professional fraternity in 
Health, Physical Education and Recreation. With 
the daisy as the flower and black and gold as the 
colors, the Beta Iota Chapter was founded on De- 
cember 2, 1962. 



Having a four fold purpose, the twenty-two 
members of this newly organized group competes 
for annual awards. Included in these special recog- 
nitions are the honor award, the scholarship key, 
and the distinguished service award. 




BASS, WHITTY 
BREWER, DONALD 
CHESHIRE, WILLIAM 
FOLKES, STEVE 
GORDON, JOE 



GRANT, THOMAS 
SOUTH, GEORGE 
STANTON, RODDY 
MARTINEZ, RAY H, Advisor 
REEDER, GLEN P., Advisor 



Brothers of Phi Epsilon Kappa operate the Concession 
Stand as a fraternity project at one of ECC's swim meets. 



President Mizell receives the charter of the fraternity from 
Dr. Harold M. Barrow, former Vice President of Phi Epsi- 
lon Kappa. 




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ANNIE M. RIDDICK 
President 



CAROL LEWIS 
Vice President 



REBECCA LUPTON 

Secretary-Treasurer 



MISS RUTH LAMBIE 
Advisor 



Phi Omicron was founded on the East Carolina 
College Campus on April 8. 1952. As an honorary 
society in home economics, this organization sent 
baskets to needy families at Christmas, gave a re- 
ception for the faculty after Homecoming, and had 
a spaghetti supper in the Spring. 

Any junior or senior who is a Home Econom- 



ics major and maintains a '"B" average may be 
qualified to join. The ten members of this group 
encouraged interest and scholarship in home eco- 
nomics, aided in civic betterment and encouraged 
high ethical standards in business and professional 
life. 




COMER. JUDY 
HOLLOMAN. AUDREY 
KENNEDY. GERALDLNE 
MILLS, DOROTHY 



Visiting the campus for a Phi Omicron meeting was a 
representative of a cloth manufacturer. The sisters enjoyed 
the intellectual benefits gained from many such visits. 



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GLENN WILLIAMS 
President 



MACK WORTHINGTON CLEVELAND HAWKINS 
Vice President Secretary 



Phi Sigma Pi was founded locally May 28. 
1936, and nationally on February 14, 1916. The 
two main purposes of this honorary fraternity are 
educational ideals and superior scholarship. Only 
sophomores who have a B average are eligible 
for membership. 




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WILLIAM GOODWIN 
Treasurer 



Under the advisorship of Dr. Richard Todd, 
this organization presents an Outstanding Senior 
Award and an Outstanding Service Key. In addi- 
tion, a contribution has been donated to the Mes- 
sick Scholarship Fund. The Tau Chapter also 
participated in many other campus activities. 




BLRRIS. MALCOLM LEE 
CARR, DON 
FUSSELL, DAVID 
HARSCH, HENRY 
HELMS, MARTIN 



HYLE, ROY 

JONES, STEPHEN THOMAS 
LEWIS, JIMMY 
MURRAY, C. W. 
OWENS, CALVTN 



SHACKLEFORD, LARRY 
THISDALE, NOEL 
WATERS, BURL 
WHEATLEY. JAMES 
WILLIS, JAMES T. 



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BOBBIE NEWMAN 
President 



SANDRA KENNEDY 
Co-Vice President 



SANDRA STAINBACK 
Co-Vice President 




BETSY WINSTEAD 
Secretary 



BRENDA JOHNSON 
Treasurer 




Based on strength, permanency, and accomp- 
lishment, the national honorary fraternity of foreign 
languages. Sigma Pi Alpha, was founded nationally 
in 1926 at North Carolina State College. In order 
to become a member of the Phi Sigma Chapter, 
a student must achieve a "C" average in academic 
subjects and a "B" average in the foreign language 
curriculum. 

Special plans for this organization for this 
year included celebrations of certain holidays such 
as Christmas and Pan American Day. In addition, 
guest speakers attended the monthly meetings and 
lectured on subjects concerning various foreign 
lands. 




RAYNOR, CARMEN VERGES 
REASON. SHIRLEY 
SKINNER, FREDDIE 
SMITH, JUDY ANTONY 
STARLING, EVELYN 



STRICKLAND, KAY 
TUNNELL, LOIS 
WELLS, BESSIE JANE 
WORTHINGTON, MARY ANN 
PERRY, MRS. xMARGUERITE, 
Advisor 



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SANDRA WATERS 
President 



KAY ME ARES 
Vice President 



CHERRY FUTRELL 

Secretary 



JUDY BELCHE 
Treasurer 




Observing Library Week, having a Spring Ban- 
quet, and contributing to the RECTANGLE, the 
national magazine, and the EAST CAROLINIAN 
were the three main projects of Sigma Tau Delta. 
This professional English fraternity is open to any 
English major or minor who has taken at least 
one English course and has an over-all "C" aver- 



With the motto of sincerity, truth and design, 
the Omicron Theta Chapter promoted the mastery 
of written expression, encouraged worth-while read- 
ing, and fostered a spirit of fellowship among men 
and women specializing in English. 



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ALLAN, ANN FRANCES 

BAGETT, JUDY 

BENNETT, ELIZABETH ANN 

BLAKE, AMELIA VAUGHAN 

BROOKS, CAROLYN ELIZABETH 

BULLARD, JACKIE 

BURRIS, ELIZABETH R. 



DIXON, ANNIE LAURA 
ELLEN, DOROTHY 
FRANCIS, SONJA KAY 
HARRIS, J EANETTE 
HINSON, PHYLLIS 
JOHNSON, CHRIS R., JR. 
LEWIS. SUSAN MARIE 



MASSINGILL, LINDA 

MAY, MARY NAN 

MOORE. CATHERINE LATUM 

NEWTON, IRIS 

OSBOURNE, CAROLYN FAYE 

PEARCE, JOE 

PITTMAN, BARBARA ANN 



POWELL. FREDDIE 
PROCTOR, BARBARA ANN 
REEL. JUDY 

SMITH, WANDA ELAINE 
STALLINGS, MARY VIRGINIA 
STRICKLAND, KAY 
TUNNELL, LOIS 



UNDERWOOD, JUDY 
WETHERINGTON, JOAN 
WILLIAMSON. BETSY 
COOK, DR. GEORGE A.. Advisor 
JENKINS, MRS. ANTOINETTE, Advisor 
JENKINS, DR. EDGAR B., Advisor 
KILPATRICK, DR. RACHAEL, Advisor 

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LYNDA LEWIS 
President 



ANNIE M. RIDDICK 
Viee President 




BRENDA PAINTER 
Secretary 



Founded during the Spring Quarter of 1955. 
the Alpha Chapter of Tau Sigma, national educa- 
tion fraternity, initiates students who are second 
quarter freshmen or upperclassmen. are a B.S. 
candidate, have earned a "B" average, and possess 
the qualities of leadership. 

Plans to fulfill their four purposes other than 



JUDY UNDERWOOD 
Treasurer 



the two monthly meetings included a special dinner 
meeting once each quarter with a guest speaker and 
an annual tour of Caswell Training School. Social 
plans of this organization included the Homecoming 
festivities and the Mardi Gras Carnival. Tau Sigma 
is under the direction of Dr. Douglas Jones. 




BAILEY, SUE LYNN 
BIGGS. JUDY 
BROWN, FAYE 
BROWN, PATRICIA 
COMER, JUDY 



CREEGAN, FAYE 
CRUTCHLOW. SUE 
CURRIN. JULIANA 
FREEMAN. CAROLYN 
GARNER, NANCY 



GAY, GLADYS 
GODWIN, JUDY 
GRIFFIN, VIRGINIA 
HOOPER, VERNA 
MARSHBURN, ANN 



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msored by the Inter-Fraternity Council, the Coasters, popular rock and roll group, visited 
campus for a concert. 



Greek Week Queen, Barbara Jenkins, was crowned 
by the 1961 Queen, Kathryn Crumpler. 



Fun was had by all as the various fraternities and sororities worked on their 
floats for the Homecoming Parade. 


















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M. B. Godbold accepts the Board of Trustees Scholarship Trophy 
for the Phi Kappa Taus from Mr. James Mallory, Dean of Men. 



Papier mache, napkins, and hard work 
were the thre prerequisites for the 
Chi Omegas as they prepared their float. 




Alpha Phi sponsored a bingo booth at the Mardi 
Gras Carnival. Miss Gay Hogan, their advisor, 
enjoyed the merriment. 



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'orking and growing togetlier, East 
Carolina College and the Greenville commu- 
nity strive for better education. Living to- 
gether and depending much on each other, our 
College and the wonderful people of Green- 
ville enjoy a harmonious relationship. In 
many ways the community supports and pro- 
motes the many endeavors of our College in 
an effort to further the concept and tradition 
of an institution they have seen grow from 
an almost unheard-of teachers' school into a 
College ranking high in the state and in the 
South. To the many businesses and kind mer- 
chants in and around Greenville, we extend 
our patronage and our wholehearted appre- 
ciation. 



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Serving Greenville and Eastern North Carolina "from the Capital 
to the Coast," WNCT offers its viewers full coverage of local and 
national news, weather, and sports. WNCT also brings the best in 
television entertainment from the CBS Television Network. 




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"Dedicated to a Young Man's Taste" is the motto of the personnel 
of the CAMPUS CORNER. True dedication to the various tastes 
of the men at East Carolina College is their guide in offering you 
the styles you like best. Choose from the fine array of men's wear 
for any occasion — dress or casual — at the CAMPUS CORNER. 





PERKINS-PROCTOR, "The House of Name Brands" 
for Greenville, is more than just another men's 
clothing store. Keep your wardrobe up to date with 
the latest styles from the complete stock at PER- 
KINS-PROCTOR, located at 202 East Fifth Street 
— one block from the College campus. 




One of Greenville's newer restaurants, THE BOHEMIAN offers the atmosphere and service to make 
your meal both complete and satisfying. The BOHEMIAN specializes in steaks, but also offers you a 
complete menu from which to select your meal. THE BOHEMIAN also invites you to try their delicious 
"Businessman's Lunch," a favorite anytime. Fast service, a relaxing atmosphere, and delicious food 
make THE BOHEMIAN the place to go for your next full meal. 



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219 West Walnut Street 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



SALLIE'S features Eastern Carolina's largest selection 
of bridal and formal wear. 





Miss Cathy Shesso, Buccaneer Queen 1963, models an exclusive style of coral satin brocade. 
The sheath features a front panel of flowing chiffon that can be styled in several ways to 
show the lovely contours of the gown. 



SALLIE'S is North Carolina's most complete Bridal Shop, 
including all accessories. 





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60 Luxurious Rooms and Suites 

Complete Hotel Services — Bonded Baby Sitters 

Location: Highway I 3 South of Greenville 



OUR RESTAURANT "THE SILO" PLANS MANY NEW INNOVATIONS 
N DINING — SO MUCH SO, TO EXCITE EVEN THE MOST 
DISCERNING GOURMET. THE BEST IN AMERICAN AND 
CONTINENTAL CUISINE. 

— OUR FACILITIES INCLUDE SWIMMING POOL WITH ALL ACCESSORIES 
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MARTINSVILLE, VA., DANVILLE, VA., GREENSBORO, N. C, 
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, FAYETTEVILLE, N. C, AND OTHER LOCATIONS 
IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND WEST VIRGINIA. 



WATCH FOR NEW TOWNE HOUSE MOTOR LODGES AND RESTAURANTS 

15 PLANNED FOR 1963 and 1964 




Owned and Operated by 

TOWNE HOUSE MOTOR LODGES 

Executive Offices 

MARTINSVILLE, VIRGINIA 





Enjoy your next meal in the quiet, relaxing atmosphere of THE SILO 
RESTAURANT. Charcoal steaks, Chicken in the Rough, breakfast, regular 
dinners, and seafoods of all kinds are the specialties of THE SILO. THE 
SILO offers private dining rooms for any size party or club group. Free 
delivery anywhere in Greenville is included in all orders of $3.50 or more. 



Miss Sylvia Hutto 

Organist 





Open twenty-four hours a day, RISSS HOUSE RESTAURANT offers a complete menu 
ranging from short orders to full meais. Speedy service, fine food, a friendly atmos- 
phere, and plenty of free parking are yours to enjoy at the RIGGS HOUSE RESTAU- 
RANT. 




Long a favorite place to shop for campus fashions, THE COL- 
LEGE SHOP has just been remodeled to serve you better with 
the latest campus styles. Enjoy the same friendly service and the 
latest in campus wear at the "new" COLLEGE SHOP. 



The life of your clothes is determined by the cleaning care you give 
them. Your clothes will have a longer life if you let NEW DEAL 
CLEANERS take care of your cleaning needs and problems. Com- 
pare these outstanding features offered by NEW DEAL: pick-up 
and delivery service, personalized service, and one day service 
upon request. Your complete satisfaction comes first with the per- 
sonnel of NEW DEAL CLEANERS. 




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You can outfit the entire family in quality shoes from 
LARRY'S SHOE STORE at Five Points in Greenville. 
One visit to LARRY'S will convince you that their 
prices and quality cannot be beat. 




The friendly salesmen at LARRY'S are willing to aid 
you in choosing the shoes you prefer from their full 
line of quality shoes. 




Call on one of the following members of the 
GREENVILLE ASSOCIATION OF ALLIED 
FLORISTS the next time you need flowers. Use 
their FTD, Florists Telegraph Delivery Service. 
Call JEFFERSON FLORIST; TYSON FLOWER 
SHOP; GREENVILLE FLORAL CO.; or COX 
FLORAL SERVICE. 



Located at Five Points, the heart of the downtown Green- 
ville area, MARY ANNE'S SODA SHOP invites you to en- 
joy your next meal with them. MARY ANNE'S offers a menu 
including sandwiches or a full course meal. The next time vou 
are shopping, stop at MARY ANNE'S SODA SHOP for good 
food at reasonable prices. 



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For all your grocery needs, shop at COZART'S SUPER MAR. 
KET, 2105 Dickinson Avenue. COZART'S carries only top 
quality products. Plenty of free parking, friendly service, and 
low prices are yours at COZART'S. 






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One call brings you all the Texaco fuel oils and kerosene you 
need. Texaco products are sold and distributed in the Green- 
ville area by W. O. MOORE, Atlantic Avenue in Greenville. 




Directed this year by Dale Blackwell and managed by 
Doug Crumpler, THE COLLEGIANS, now in their four- 
teenth year on the East Carolina campus, play for major 
dances on the East coast. Featuring a fifteen piece dance 
band and a five piece combo. THE COLLEGIANS have 
gained the reputation of "The Finest Band in the Tar Heel 
Land." 




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No matter what the occasion may be, a gift 
of jewelry will be long remembered. Wheth- 
er it is a watch for graduation or an ex- 
quisite diamond ring for that important 
day in your life, see the jewelry experts at 
BEST JEWELRY COMPANY in Greenville. 
Customer satisfaction comes first at BEST. 



lassical, Jazz, Opera, or Rock and Roll — regardless of your 
ste in music, MUSIC ARTS in Greenville is the place to go. 
addition to a complete line of records, MUSIC ARTS is 

lur shopping center for sheet music, musical instruments, 
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Top quality clothing for the entire 
family can be found at BLOUNT- 
HARVEY COMPANY — Green- 
ville's family clothing store. Be in 
style for any occasion with clothes 
and accessories from BLOUNT- 
HARVEY COMPANY. 



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SMITH'S MOTEL invites visiting alumni to spend the weekend 
with them on their next visit to Greenville. You will enjoy the 
air-conditioned comfort and the convenience of television 
and telephones in each room. There is also a swimming pool 
for the enjoyment of every guest at SMITH'S MOTEL located 
on Memorial Drive in Greenville. 



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HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION of Greenville invites every college 
graduate to learn the facts about financing 
their new home with an approved home 
loan. Put your money to work for you by 
opening a savings account that is insured 
by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora- 
tion. 



First with the latest in movie entertainment, the STATE 
THEATRE invites you to spend an evening enjoying a good 
movie. Take your next date to the STATE for an evening of 
relaxation, fun, and entertainment. 





Remember the one you love with a beautiful bouquet of 
flowers from INA'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS. INA'S HOUSE 
OF FLOWERS can answer any of your decorating problems. 
Call INA'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS, located on the Bethel 
Highway, for complete floral services. 



Look your best for that next special occas- 
sion with cosmetics from MERLE NOR- 
MAN'S COSMETICS STUDIO located on 
East Fifth Street in Greenville. MERLE NOR- 
MAN'S carries a complete line of cosmetics 
and beauty aids to help you look your lov- 
liest and to bring out your natural beauty. 





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The new look for 1963 — East Caro- 
lina's new Ficklen Memorial Stad- 
ium and these two lively ones from 
FORD. The ultimate in automotive 
engineering is evidenced in these 
two models — the Galaxie 300XL 
Convertible and the Galaxie Se- 
dan. See all of the 1963 models, 
Galaxies, Falcons, Fairlanes, and 
Station Wagons, at JENKIN'S 
MOTOR COMPANY in Greenville. 




The WEST-END CIRCLE DRIVE IN offers 
a complete menu ranging from short orders 
to full meals. Avoid the uptown traffic and 
enjoy a snack or meal in the comfort of your 
own car. 



In addition to fifty-two air-conditioned rooms, KENLAND 
MOTEL has a swimming pool, shuffleboard court, and a put- 
ting green for the enjoyment of their guests. KENLAND 
MOTEL is a recognized member of Quality Courts. KENLAND 
welcomes those who may be traveling through Greenville, and 
invites you to enjoy your stay here. 




HUMBLE OIL AND REFINING COMPANY 




Located on East Tenth Street at Colonial Heights, NUNN'S 
ESSO SERVICE stands ready to serve you with dependable 
Esso gasoline and oil. NUNN'S has all three of Esso's fine 
gasolines; Esso Regular, Esso Extra, and Golden Esso — one 
perfect for your car. 



Located on East Fifth Street, across the street from the Col 
lege, EDWARD'S ESSO STATION invites you to stop in and 
fill up with dependable Esso gasoline and other Esso products. 
EDWARD'S invites you to always stop at the ESSO sign, the 
world's first choice in petroleum products. 





For fast, courteous service and dependable Esso products, 
stop at CARROW'S ESSO SERVICE at 100 East Tenth Street 
in Greenville. CARROW'S is equiped to give you fast, ef- 
ficient service and to make minor automotive repairs. 




Esso Heating Oil is a premium quality heating oil — at no extra 
cost. You can't buy better and you get the protection of 
"Watchdog" Oil Heat Service. CARAWAN OIL COMPANY 
is Greenville's distributor for Esso Heating Oil, Esso Oil Burn- 
ers, and Esso Automotive Gasolines. 




ESSO - The World's First Choice 



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You can rest assured that your prescription is filled accurately 
if you take it to BEDDINGFIELD PHARMACY. BEDDING- 
FIELD'S offers complete fountain service, plus a full line of 
cosmetics, novelties, and notions. 





Whether you are looking for school supplies 
or furnishing a complete office, the latest 
in school and office supplies and equipment 
can be found at CAROLINA OFFICE 
EQUIPMENT COMPANY. This local firm 
is the supplier for a complete line of Un- 
derwood and Gestetner office machines 
and invites you to take advantage of their 
modern office planning service. 



Serving all Eastern Carolina, BELK-TYLER COMPANY 
is your one-stop family department store. You can out- 
fit the entire family at BELK-TYLER'S. BELK-TYLER'S 

has the most complete men's department in Green- 





BELK-TYLER'S offers the coed the latest 
in sports fashions in their modern sec- 
ond-floor ladies' department. 




Before you make any repairs on your home, see H. L. HODGES AND COMPANY for the lat- 
est in hardware and hardware supplies. H. L. HODGES is also the place to go for the most 
modern line of sporting equipment. Come in a nd see the latest line of shotguns, rifles, fishing 
equipment, and equipment for any sporting activity. 




For an evening of fine movie entertainment, 
take your next date to East Carolina's en- 
tertainment headquarters, the PITT THE- 
ATER. The PITT carries only the best from 
the movie world and invites you to spend 
an enjoyable evening with them. 



Fashion-conscious young men shop at STEINBECK'S — Green- 
ville's style center. STEINBECK'S has the latest in men's fash- 
ions and stands ready to assist you in making your choice. 



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"Experienced Insurance Service" for Fire, 
Casually, Marine, and Life Insurance — for 
information call WILLARD AND WEBB IN- 
SURANCE AGENCY. WILLARD AND 
WEBB is your Independent Insurance Agent 
in Greenville. 





Every man knows the importance of keeping well groomed. 
STOKES-HUDSON BARBER SHOP keeps this fact in mind 
every time you come in for a haircut. STOKES-HUDSON has 
five experienced barbers to give you the fast, efficient ser- 
vice you expect. 




Planning a party? Be sure to include 
several cartons of the drink for mod- 
ern people. Think young and enjoy the 
light refreshing taste of Pepsi-Cola — 
now in half quarts too. 



Bottled and distributed by the PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY of Greenville. 



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Specializing in the needs of the college student, TAFF OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY car- 
ries a complete line of greeting cards, stationery, school and office supplies, and typewriters. 



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"You are a stranger here but once" at DORA'S TOWER 
GRILL. A long-time favorite of the college set, DORA'S 
offers a complete menu ranging from short-orders to full 
meals. Stop often and enjoy meeting your fellow students at 
DORA'S. 



Music, news, and weather — WOOW Radio 
in Greenville brings you the latest in all 
three. Keep your radio set to 1340 on your 
radio dial for the Wonderful World of 
WOOW. 








nd comfortable atmosphere at the CINDERELLA 



RESTAURANT 



meals more enjoyable. Choose 



from their menu of choice Western steaks, seafoods, and 
pizzas. The CINDERELLA also offers two large dining rooms 
for dinner parties, and fraternity or sorority meetings. 



You can depend on the experts at COX ARMATURE WORKS, 
INC. for complete automotive electrical repairs. COX will 
repair or exchange generators, starters, and voltage regu- 
lators. For fast, efficient service, take your car to COX ARM- 
ATURE WORKS, INC. 



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Be among the best-dressed men on campus — see the latest 
MEN'S WEAR in Greenville. You can rest assured that you 
COFFMAN'S MEN'S WEAR. 



men's fashions at COFFMAN'S 
II look your best in clothes from 




Let your money start working for you — open an insured savings account at WACHOVIA BANK AND 
TRUST COMPANY. Your savings will earn more under WACHOVIA'S Daily Interest Plan. WACHOVIA 
BANK AND TRUST COMPANY offers complete banking services and is a member of the Federal De- 
posit Insurance Corporation and the Federal Reserve System. 




Open from 7:00 a.m. until 11:00 
p.m. seven days a' week, including 
holidays, the MIGHTY MIDGET is 
the place to shop for your food and 
grocery needs. Parking is never a 
problem at the MIGHTY MIDGET 
located on Highway 264 By-pass 
away from uptown traffic conges- 



First the clock . . . 

then the plant — 



When a customer bought 100 cigars from the wholesale grocery firm 
of H. Cone & Sons in 1870, he received a handsome clock. Some of these 
clocks are still ticking away. In addition to selling cigars and groceries 
for their father, Moses and Ceasar Cone sold cotton plaids. Seeing a great 
future in fabrics, they started the Cone textile enterprises as a selling 
and commission house in 1891. They built the original manufacturing 
plant in 1896. 








What of Cone Mills Today? 



From these small beginnings has come one of the world's 
largest and most progressive textile firms. With 18 plants 
employing almost 13,000 men and women, Cone Mills today 
is the world's largest producer of corduroys, denims and 
flannels. Its modern printing and finishing operations are 
turning out a host of other fashion-right fabrics. Cone 
through its research and development activities is con- 
stantly seeking better ways to make better materials. 



Examples of Cone firsts in this country are the new, popular 
stretch denims and corduroys. 

To maintain its high standards, our company needs 
young people with initiative and intelligence. Cone Mills of- 
fers opportunities in four areas . . . production, administra- 
tion, sales and research. Would you be interested in joining 
such a progressive organization? Write Industrial Relations 
Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C. 



CONE MILLS CORPORATION 

"■Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven today." 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

Greensboro, N. C. 

FINISHING PLANTS 

Carlisle & Greenville, S. C. 
Greensboro & Haw River, N. C. 




MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, 
Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in 
North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. 




Enjoy seafood at its finest at CLIFF'S OYSTER BAR. CLIFF'S 

has oysters — steamed or fried — plus fried shrimp and de- 
licious T-Bone Steaks. Located on the Washington Highway, 
CLIFF'S OYSTER BAR is open from 4:30 to I 1:00 p.m. Sun- 
day through Friday, and from 4:30 to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday. 



With a meal, with a snack, or just by itself — Royal Crown 
Cola is refreshing every time. Royal Crown Cola is bottled 
and distributed in this area by the ROYAL CROWN BOT- 
TLING COMPANY of Greenville. 




We extend hearty congratulations to the Class of 1963 and sincerely hope that Greenville will always be re- 
membered as a city of friendly, hospitable people who extend to each and all a hearty welcome to visit with us 
often. 



CITY OF GREENVILLE 
GREENVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



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every taste . . . filter, non-filter or menthol. The uniform high quality o 
these fine cigarettes accounts for their world-wide popularity. 




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Gilbert L. Windham 

Manager 



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Located at 224 East Fifth Street, PHOTO ARTS 
STUDIO serves as the focal point of portrait and 
commercial photography for East Carolina College. 




Tom Reese Gene Saunders Johnny Spell Frank Trent 




You are invited to stop in at the VARSITY and 
select your favorites from its menu. With meals 
ranging from sandwiches to full-course meals, the 
VARSITY is also noted for its two Italian special- 
ties — pizza and spaghetti. 





Your clothes will be clean and ready in just one hour at ONE HOUI 
MARTINIZING. The convenient location at I I I East Tenth Stree 
makes ONE HOUR MARTINIZING easily accessible from the Col 
lege and the Greenville business area. A drive-in window and larg 
off-street parking lot are also available for your convenience. 



Homer Ball, Ball Studio, Goldsboro, N. C. — All Color; 429, 

Vaughn Gwyn — 4-3; 5; 33; 80-3. 

East Carolinian — 98-3; 102-4; 179; 320; 321-3, 354-1. 

Joe Waldrop — 82-2; 325. 

United States Marine Corps — 68-3, 4, 5. 

Walter C. Faulkner — 92-3; 401-2. 

John W. Garriss — I 12; I 15; I 16-1; 373-1, 2; 401-3. 

Gilbert Windham — I 19-4. 

Ronnie Neal — 401-4. 

Goldsboro News Argus — 102, 2, 3. 

J. Walter Thompson Company, New York, N. Y. — 448. 

Tom Doe — Portraits, Advertisements, Basketball action: 51-2, 

4, 5; 52-2, 3, 5; 54-3; 81 ■ 87-4; 92-2; 93; 95; 98-2; 102-1 
103; 104-6; 105-1, 2, 4; 116-3, 4; 117; 118; I 19-1, 2, 
3; 120-1; 162-164; 168; 173; 174-2; 176-178; 183-3, 4,; 188 
298-1, 3; 299-3, 4; 305-3, 4; 307; 309-1, 2; 310; 314-3, 4; 344 
345-3, 4; 346-1, 2; 347-348; 352; 354-3, 4; 356-375; 363; 365-1 
369-2, 3; 371-1, 2; 375-1; 377-1, 2, 3; 379-1, 2, 3; 385-1; 393; 
397-1, 3; 399; 407-2, 4; 417-2; 418. 

Fred Robertson — ■ Buccaneer Citations, Minor Division Pages, 
Football action, Musical groups, Basketball action: 4-1, 2; 10 
30-1, 3, 4; 33-48; 50; 51-1, 3, 6; 52-1, 4; 53-1, 2, 7; 54-1, 2, 4 

5, 6; 56-1, 2, 3; 57-3, 4; 58-60; 61-1, 3, 4; 62-67; 68-1, 2; 69-71 
76-77; 80-1, 2; 85; 87-1, 4; 89-1, 3; 90-1; 91-1, 2, 4, 5; 92-1, 4 
94-5; 97; 98-4; 99-101; 102-5; 104-1, 5; 105-3; 106; 108 
I 10-1 II; I 16-2; 120-2, 3, 4; 122-124; 126-128; 129-1, 2; 130-1 
2, 3; 131-2; 133-1, 4; 135-2, 3; 142-148; 165-167:171; 174-1 
181-182; 272; 298-2, 4; 299-1, 2; 300-301; 302-1, 2; 303; 304-1 
2; 306-1, 2; 308-1, 2; 309-3, 4; 313-314; 318; 320-1, 2; 322-324 
326-341; 345-1,2; 346-3,4; 350-351; 354-2; 355-2, 3; 358; 365 
3; 367-3; 369-4; 371-3; 373-3, 4; 375-2; 377-4; 379-4; 381 
387-1, 2; 389-1, 2, 4; 391; 395-3, 4; 397-2; 401-1; 403-1; 495 
407-1, 3; 409; 41 i; 413-3; 415; 423-2, 6; 428-2, 3; 499-5; 450-1 
463; 464. 

Rufus Freeman — Basketball action: 30-2; 56-4; 57-1, 2; 61-2, 
5; 78-79; 82-3, 4; 86; 87-2, 3; 88; 89-2; 90-2, 3; 91-3; 94-1, 2, 
3; 98-1; 129-3, 4; 130-4; 131-1, 3, 4; 132; 133-2, 3; 134; 135-1, 
4; 138-141; 175; 180; 183-1, 2; 302-3, 4; 304-3, 4; 305-1, 2; 
306-3, 4; 308-3, 4; 314-1, 2; 316; 355-1, 4; 359; 362; 365-2; 
369-1; 375-3; 385-2, 3, 4; 413-1; 417-1; 423-1, 3, 4, 5. 

Exclusive of portraits, first number indicates page; number(s) after dash 
indicate location on page numbering from left to right and top to bot- 
tom of page. 



mmmmmmmmmmm ^c^te^a£ Index 



Inderson, Phillip 
Anderson, Ralph 
Anderson, Wiley 



- 250 



Linville F 

hy, Silas H _____ 






Douglas E. _ 














Jay 





Alafoginis, Peter G. 

Albertson, Linda C 




Alderson, Josephine C. 


Aldridge, John M _ 


388, 








Alexander, Rudolph . .. 

Alford, Clenda R. 

Alford, James B. 

Alford, Murray M. 

Alford, Stephen V. 


404, 
. 384, 
414, 






Allen, Alire J 




421 














Allen, Brenda L. 
















Allen, Walker L„ Jr. 








Alligood, Hilda R. 








Allsbrook, Leland L., Jr. 

Allsbrook, Wilbur R., Jr. 


Alpha Delta Pi 

Alpha Delia Tau 


" 


Alpha Omicron Pi 






Alpha Xi Delta 
















Anders, Melba A. 


378, 






Anderson. Carolyn T 
Anderson, Charles C. 


Anderson, Ernest Y 






Anderson, Linwood R. 





Andrews, Linda J. 

Andrews, Lynda E 

Andrews. Randall F _ _ 

Andrews, Sandra G. 

Ange, Elton R., Jr. 

Ange, Robert L 

Angelo, Joseph _ 

Anglin, Linda J 

Angstadt, Robert D _...._ _ 

Annis, Dorothy W 

Anthony, James T., Ill _ 

Apple, James K 

A: 



273 



Arant, Patricia A. _ ___ 


376, 


Armstrong, Linda G. 


- — 370, 


Armstrong, Patricia A. ._ 
















Arrowood, Amber D _ 












Asbell, Jacqueline H. 




Ashley, Nadean L 


412, 










Askew, Preston B. 






Association for Childhood 








Alkeson, John C, Jr. ___ 








Atkinson, Pamela G 




Aulbert, Linda K. 




Austin, Dawn E 


_ 370, 


Austin, William R 
















Avera, Margaret H. 


378, 


Averette, Barnie W. 


- — 386. 


Averette, Larry M. 





Avery, Benjiman K. _ 




Avery, Dorinda D. 




Avery, Harry B. 










Ayscue, Patricia A. _ 




— B— 




Bach, Gary F. 




Bachman, Joseph S _ 




Bacon, Lee H. 


- - 416, : 










Baggett, Judy L. 


421, 


Bagley, I. Trotter 




Bagnall, Earle E 










Bailey, Bettie J. 




Bailey, Glenn A. 




Bailey, James T. 




Bailey, Otis T. ___ 


392, : 








Bailey, Shaaron A. 




Bailey, Shellie D 




Bailey, Sue L. . 






Bailey, Thomas L. . 




Bailey, William W. 




Bailey, Wilma F. 


372, 


Bain, Nicki S. J. 


372, : 


Baird, Kathryne A. 




Baker, Betty J. 




Baker, Emily J. 









... 16 
250 
190 
- 250 
. 273 
_ 232 
_ 232 

250 
251 
251 
257 
257 
251 
251 
251 
251 
190 

. 273 
344 
273 
251 
273 

. 273 
190 
232 

273 
251 
273 
273 
251 
273 
190 
, 190 
251 
232 
273 
273 
251 
251 

232 
273 
273 
251 
251 
274 
274 
232 
191 
251 
112 
191 
191 
274 
191 
251 

274 
274 
274 
274 
274 
251 
251 
191 
191 
274 

251 
191 

274 
251 
274 
251 

251 
251 
251 
191 
251 
274 








Baker, Jov L. 






.,- 


Baker, Judy B. 






191 










191 










2-i 










191 


Baker. Rita W 








Baker. Robert H., Ill 










Baker. Ruth A 








251 
251 


Baldwin, Anna L 






Baldwin, D..naM M., Ill 






Baldwin. Sarah C 

Ballancc, Bonnie D. 


Beaman, Ernest H. 
Bearden, Janet R. 




251 

271 


Ballard, Linda D 




Ballard, Margaret R 






,,-j 


Ballew, Rnbv J 






271 
274 

251 


Banks, Dennis E. _ 






Banks, Dianne R. . 


Beck. Carolyn V. 

Beck, Margaret C. 


.._ 366, 


Banks, Marie C. 




Baptist Student Union „.. 
Barbec, Ann R. - _ 


Beddingfield, James A. _ 

Bedsole, Elizabeth T. 


376, 


274 
191 
251 
251 


Barbosa, Randolph 

Barbour, Carolyn P. — _ 


Behr, Lawrence V 








Bclche. Judith F 

Bell, Clara B 


421, 


191 














— 






252 


Barefoot, James 0. 

Barefoot, Janet R. 

Barfield, Patrick W 

Barham, Joyce F. 


Bell, John S., Jr. 

Bell, Lawrence L 

Bell, Phyllis E. 





274 
274 
252 


Bell, Sandra K. 

Bender, Jane 

Benfield, William J. 
Benmouyal, Pierre 

Bennett, David G. 

Bennett, Elizabeth A. 


_ 398, 








?74 


Barlow, Walter D. 

Barnes, Carolyn J 

Barnes, Carolyn S. - 

Barnes, Eddie D. 

Barnes, Elizabeth C 

Barnes, Gene G 


414 


252 
274 
232 

191 

232 




Bennett, Melville A. 

Benson, Jimmy C 

Benson. Inhn O 

Benson, Lynwood E, 


_ 386, 


192 
232 
232 
252 










Barnes, Minnie L. 




Barnes, Richard C. 






Bentlev laniee T 
Benton, Jacci 
Benton, Sallie A. 


378. 










Barnhill, Donnye Y. 





252 






Bernhardt, John C. 

Berrier, Judith A. 

Berrv, lames W 







Barrett, Agnes 





274 


Barrett, Carol L. 


. 368, 


Berry. Reggie C. 

Berry, Sharron K. 

Best, Linda C 

Best, Nannie S. .... . 

Belts, Robert B. 


378, 


252 


Barrett, {Catherine E. _ 

Barrett, Vicki L 





252 

274 


Barrow, Edward L. 







Biggs, Bruce A. 

Biggs, Judy L. .. 

Biggs, Rittie J 


422, 


774 






232 


Barrow, William A. 

Barton, Cheryl L. _ 





232 


Billings, Charlyn R. 

Billings, Kathryn C. 

Bing, Kenneth L. 
Bingham. Donna A. 
Bisher, William M. 
Bishop, Gwendolyn L. 
Bishop, James G. 


368. 

364, 

414 
372. 


252 






252 






, 16 


Basnight, Rebecca A 


364, 


252 

274 


Bass, Carole J. 

Bass, Edgar L., Jr. 


368, 


2.4 




Bissinger. Richard T. 





111 








Bass. Judith C. 

Bass, Lenna R. 

















Blackley, Connie L. 
Blackley, Laverne 


368, 


274 


Bass, Portia F. 

Bass, Richard W. 






Blackmore, Annette 

Blackwelder, Charles R. 

Blackwell, E. Norman .... 

Blackwell, Melbourne D., Sr 
Blackwell, Melbourne D.. Jr. 
Blake, Amelia V. 


— 402, 
.... 421, 


192 


Batchelor, Barbara J. 

Bateman, Dorinda P. 




232 
192 


Bateman, Robert M. 


3°a, 


192 



1 R 


274 


Bridsen,.-, Sh "'°» L ' — 





( ., arlcs tt - 


_ 232 

2S2 
















412, 192 






V 







Blm— n. Patricia S. 



II . 



Blythe, Marl.... E. 
Boadn. Ed« ill I 
Boatright, Juanita L. 
Bobbilt, Joan F. 
Bobb, Nanc) I 

Bobbilt, Jack P 

Bobersky, Richard W 
Bo.k. Margaret A. 
Boettner, George R. 
Bogato, Jolin A. 
Bolen, Hugh II. 



Bi.llin; 
Bond, 



E.. Jr. 



Bonner, Mic.ij.ili M. 
Booker, Til. Unas 
Boone. Martha G. - 
Boone, Robert L. 



Boswell, Sara P. 
Boteler, Edward M. 
Bottorf, Raymond I 

B Dder, Robert I 

Bounds, Ralph M., 
Bowen, Tony R. . 

Bowers, Dan L 

Bowers. Harold S„ 
Bowker, Calvin S.. 
Bowler, Charles D. 
Bowlinp, Patsy S. 
Bowman. Juanita J 
Boyce. Emily S. 
Boyee, Janice E. 
Boyd, Bronly S. _ 
Boyd, Carolyn C. 
Boyd. Elbert M., 
Boyd. Clenn T. 
Boyd, Jaeky D. - 



192 



Boyette. Glen. la P. 

Boyelte, Janiee B. 

Boyette, Joseph G 

Boyette, Lynette 

Boyhan, Thomas P 

Boyte, Joseph L 

Bradburry, Victoria V. 

Bradley, David J. 

Bradley. Margaret K. 

Bradley, Sandra W. 

Bradner, Cleveland — 

Brady. Eunice A 

Brady, Johnny T 

Brady, Johnny W. 



Otis 



oll.v 



anil. .n. Ell/ah. Ill K 376, 



.swell. Billy E. 




Briley. William C 
Brim, Troy M., 
Brimley, Ralph - 
Brincgar, Paul M 
Brinkley, Linda F 
Brinkley, William 
Brinn, Phyllis S. 
Brinn. William J., 
Brinson, Dorothy 
Brislin. Kathleen 
Britt, Henry V. _ 
llrin. Nettie S. 
Britt, Patricia A. 
Britt. Walter H. 



252 

Brittain. Dorothy W. 252 

Br,.., .Hi.1.1. Lovick P. 275 

Broadhurst, Elizabeth L. 252 

Broadhurst. Frederick L. 17 

Broadhurst, Ruth J. 17 

Brock, Charles E., Jr. 275 

Brock. James D. 275 

Brock, James Douglas 275 

Brook, Michael C. 193 

Brook-. Betty G. 193 

Brooks, Carolyn E. 421, 233 

Brooks, Donald P. 275 

Hr.>..k<. Mildred E. 193 

Brookshire, Roger N. 193 



Brothers, Anne L, 
Broughton, Judy E. 



366, 233 
370, 193 



Charles M., Jr. 

Claudin C. 

Dora A — 

Dwight D — 

Elizabeth F. 



Brown, Harriett 



Brown, Joseph P. 



233 Bro. 



Brown, 


Otis C, Jr. 


Brown, 


Patricia L. 


Brown, 


Pattie A. - 


Brown, 


Robert C. 


Brown, 


Shirley H. 


Brown, 


Sylvia D. . 


Brown, 


Thelma A. 


Brown, 


Wayne C. 



Browning, Marie B. 









zcanecr Sports Car 
rcaaeer Stall 


i lub 


386, 


„ 






W 11 H 






ckless. Virginia L. 
ckley, George E. 


...III 




ie, Donald N. 
Hard. Bettie H. ... 
Hard. Jackie F. 





421, 















lock, Jacqueline O. 

lock, Louise C. __ 

lock, Marvin F. 

ngarner, David T _ 

ich, Marilyn K. 



Ola 



Bunn, Ralph H.. Jr. 
Bunting, Jerry D 



275 



Burgess, David S. 

Burgess. E. Kave 

Burketle. David A. 

Burkhead. Harriet J 
Burnett, George M 
Burn.v. Bett) L. 
Burris, Donald R. 
Burris, Elizabeth 
Burris, Joy H. 
Burris, Malcolm 1 




























421, 


L. _ 




419 


, 400. 






., Jr. 


...... 








G. 

J 


_ 


— 


368, 











Bynum. Merrill H.. Jr. 

Byrd, Gerald L. 

Byrd. J. William 

Byrd. Larry D. 

Byrd, Meredith L. 

Byrd, Ronald D - 



Cain, Donna 
Cain, Ellen 
Cain. Linda 



Cain, Randall S - 

Calberg, Carl A.. Jr. 
Caldwell, Carolyn J. ... 
Callicutt. Phillip A. .- 
Calloway, Nancy L. 
Cameron, Betsy C. — 

Cameron, Everett 

Cameron. Judith A. _ 
Cameron, Norman H. 
Campbell, Anne G. — 



„ph. 



JoAn 



27.", 



Campbell, Mary 
Campbell, Williai 
Campbell, Williai 
Canady, Dan C. 
Canipe, Brenda 
Canipe, Peggie 
Cannady, Diana 
Cannady, Sylvia 
Cannon. Clarenrt 



Bray, Virginia D. 
Brewer. Betty J. 
Brewer. Donald L. 


417, 


252 
275 
233 
233 
233 
275 
- 17 


Bryan, 
Bryan, 

Bryant, 

Bryant, 












Cannon, Robert R. . 


Betsy L. 


376, 253 
275 


Cannon, William E. 






Canterbury Club _ 




Linda L 


275 


Cantrell, Yatesy A. 


Brewster. L. F. - 




Margaret D. 


376, 253 


Canup. Johnny L. — 



J. 




— 








D. 
: R. 




372, 






374. 








R. . 













^ 













Capel, Gla.K- K. 


253 






Capps. Frank A. ... 
Caramanna. Marl.,., 




S - 253 


Carawan. Bettv A. 


368. 234 


Carawan, Leland W, 


253 


Carawon, Lewis S. 


- - 275 






Carmichael. Gayle J 


253 


Caroon, Nathan A. 


234 






Carr, Donald L. 


. 419. 253 










Carr. Lily R 


18 






Carrawav. Leafie A. 


275 


Carraway, Virginia M ... 253 








253 


Carroll. William W. 


386, 195 














Carter, Elaine J. 


- 275 


Carter, Helon G. - 


— 374. 195 










C rt Micl -1 ■ R 


'75 


Carter. Norman J., J 


lr 275 


Carter, Pleas W.. J 


r. 253 






Casey, Benjamin H. 


. Jr. 414, 234 


Casey, Carol F. .. 






Casev. P.--. M 


- 231 


Cash, Bette L 


234 


Cash. Patricia J. . 


254 


Cash, Peggy M. — 


234 


Cash, Richard H.. J 


It. 195 


Cash, Ted L. 


275 






Cassick. Carol A. . 


234 


Castelloe, Mary C. 


415, 234 


Castellow, Rose W. 


275 


Catcs, Carolyn M. . 


195 


Cates, Edith A. _ 


234 


Cauble. Myrtle K. 


276 



Caudill, Sue C 234 













Chadwick, 


Vernon P. 


•> 






D . 










Chandler, 
Chandler. 
Chandler, 
Chapman, 
Chapman, 

Chapman, 
Chappell, 
Charles, 1 
Charles. ] 
Charlton, 


Elizabeth J. ..-- 

John C, Jr 

Judith L. 


368, 2 

2 






Patricia 

Virginia S 


2 

1 


ilizabeth J. 




Linda S 


.. : 


CI 








Chepp, R 

Cheshire, 
Chesnutt. 
Chesson, 
Chesson, 






inda F. 
William E„ Jr. 

Jesse P., Jr 

Lela H. 

Svlvia I 


i 
417, ; 

_ 418, 398, ] 

] 


Chi Beta 








, Anthony A. _ 




1 1 1 Ir 




Childress. 


Clarence G. _ 


398, 


I 1 






Ch'tl B d K 




B T 


Chrisman 
Christenb 
Christoph 
Chuchola 


, Gary B. 

ury, Nancy K. 





, Ronald T. _ 




Ct>c/e K 







Clark, Amos 0. 



Clark, Jolm B. 

Clark, Joyce R. 

Clark, Lorn I). 

Clark, Mary L. ..__ 

Clark. Myra C 

Clark, Rc,„arJ L. 

Clark, Ruth C. 

Clark, Thurman L. 

Clark. William H. 

Clarke, John R 



Clarke, Sanimie J. 
Clay, Faye C. 
Clay. Howard B. .. 
Claybrook, Dorothy 
Clevengek, Sara P. 
Clifton, Susan R. _ 

Cline, Bill J 

Cline, Fred R. .... 



Clii 



Clymer, William J 

Coa.es, James E 

Coats, Rose M 

Cobb, Charles D. 

Cobb, Lester M„ Jr _... 

Cobb, Sandra C. 

Cobb, Sandra L. 

Coble, Carolyn A. 

Coble, Mary E. _ 

Cochran, Alice J 

Cochran, Mary C. 

Cochran, Randy C. 

Cochran. William 
Cockman. Mary J. __ 

Coefield, G. W 

Coghill, Betty V. 

Coghill. Conrad C, Jr. _. 

Coker, Carolyn E. 

Colby, Paul S., Jr. 

Cole, Brian D. 

Cole, Margaret L. 

Cole, Walter E. _ 

Coleman, Barbara A. 

Coleman, Hubert A. 

Coleman, Judith R. 

College Union 






Betty J. 
Cara E. 



421, 



Colwell, Brenda K. 

Combs, Carol A. 

Combs, LeAnne 

Comer, Julia E 

Compton, Nancy G 

Conder, Anne R. 

Congleton, Betty 

Congleton, Kenneth R. _ 

Conn, Mary J. 

Conner, Jean H. 

Connors, Charles E„ Jr. _ 

Conrad, Marshall L. 

Conway, Judith L 

Cook, George A. 

Cook, Wayne 400, 

Cooke, Connie K. 

Cooke, Faye E 366, 

Cooke, Gladys W. 

Cooke, Olive H. 404, 

Cooley, Alice F. 

Coon, John W. 

Cooper, Bettie J. 

Cooper, Mary L. 

Cooper, William C. 

Cope, Carol A. 

Copeland, Henry L. 

Copeland, J. Winston 

Copeland, James K., Jr. 

Copeland, Julia M. 

Copley, James L. 

Copley, William M., Ill 

Copple, Carl B. 

Copple, Richard L. 

Corbett, Arthur G. 

Corbett, Dianne 

Corbett, Johnny N. 

Corey, Diane 

Corn, Rita L. 

Cosby, Wayne M. 



277 



Cosmopolitan Club 













Cotton, Kathleen H 





<:-.ijr-.\. Martha 




Coviogton, J. Nicole 













Cox, Beverly B., Ill 

Cox, Rrenda C 


















Cox, Lynn A 

Cox, Marion E. ._ _ _... 


144, 
364, 


Cox, Richard C. 


388, 












Cox, William B 


415, 390, 


Cozart, H. Frances 


415, 








Crain, Perk P. 











Crawford, Clara F. 

Crawford, Diane E. 

Crawford, Kay E. 


378, 






Crawley, Wesley V. 

Crawley, William C. ... _ 


408, 












Creech, Lois C. 






Creegan, Faye M 

Creekmore, Andrew T 


422, : 










Crippen, Gilbert W 














Crocker, J. Thomas 


- 386, : 


Croon,. Anne C .__ ; 










396, I 

] 




Crowder, Marvin L., Jr. 


1 


Crowell, Brenda D. 

Crowell, James K., Jr. 


372, : 




Crumpler, Charles P. 

Crumpler, Edward H. 

Crumpler, Katrina 


406, 1 

1 


Crutchlow, Ella S. 


422, ] 



ied B e, Fronkie H 




ipher, Louis A 




an, Cathryn D. _ 






mins, Roma L 


406, 

370, 


lingham, Suzanne M 










in. Juliana U 

is, Colon D 


422, 



Robert E 



Dail, Eva S. 



Dail, J 


ames R 
















n Joseph R 


Dancy, 




Daniel, 


Betty B 






Daniel, 


Sandra L 364, 


Daniel, 


William L., Jr. 






Daniels 




Daniels 


Edward F. 






Dllliel. 










Jean C. 






Daniels 


, Linda C _. 368, 


Daniels. 


Peggy J. _ 372, 


Daniels. 


William F„ 


Darden, 


Sarah F. 


Darden, 


Thomas S. 




Daughei 




ty, Carol E. 


Daughei 


•ty, Patricia 


Daughei 


ty, Stella 



277 



Betty L 

Patricia A 

Patricia L. ..._ 



Davis, David I 

Davis, David \ 

Davis, Donald 

Davis, Edgar ( 

Davis, Flora I 

Davis, Graham 




Davis, Joseph E„ Jr. 



Davis 



i iii. 



Davis, Linda K 

Davis, Margaret Rose 

Davis, Mary Hughes 

Davis. Mary John _ 



Deal, Tony Ray 
Dean, Edna Marie 
Dean. Janet Marie 
Dean, W. L. 
Deane, Brian C 



Sandra Carol 



Debnnm, Danny K 

DeBruhl, Carolyn F 

Debter, Ouida C _ 

Deegan, Jack D 

Delemarre, John K 

DeLong, Margaret Ann 
Del Russo, Alfred M. . 

Delia Plii Delia _ 

Delta Sigma Phi _ 

Delta Sigma Pi 

Delta Zela 

Den 



277 



Den 



Audrey V. 
Fred T 






Dercole, Patricia A 

Derrick, J. 

Derrick, Mildred E 
Derrick, Mildred H 
DeShong, William 1 
DeVane, Elizabeth i 

DeVorsey, Louis 

Dew, Brenda L 

Dew, Lucile M _ 

Dewar, Thadys 

Dewey, Charles A., Ill __ 



- 235 



- _ 368, 198 



Charlotte W. 
:co, Lewis G. 



Diuguid, Frank S„ III 



Dix 



Calvert 



Dixon, Jackie B. _ 
Dixon, Melda Faye 
Dobson, Edith D. .. 
Dockery, Johnny Y. 
Dodson, George A. 
Doe, Thomas B., II 









Gerald \I. 



198 



Dorsey, Mary B. 

Dorsey, Neil E. 

Doub, Linda Gray _. 

Dougherty, Mabel 

Douglas, George A. 

Douglas, Keith John 

Dove, Joyce Lee 

Dowd, Carolyn Ann 

Dowd, Robert Edward 

Dowdy. Audrey Virginia _ 
Dowdy, Bybe Hollowell _ 

Dowdy, Gary Joseph 

Dowdy, Ronald Eugene 





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Driver. Kenneth Wade _ 278 

Drum, Roger Dale 278 

Drummond, Patricia A. 255 

Dry, Melvin Nixon, Jr 278 

Drysdale, S t Allen 278 

Dnbrow, Lynda Elizabeth 278 

Hurl, ma, in, Elizabeth L _ 198 

Dudley, Bonnie Meiggs 410, 199 

Dudley, Cynthia Lou 255 

Dudley, David F. _.._ _ 390, 199 

Dudley, Ginger Lee 278 

Dudley, Mary Long — 256 

Duke, Joseph Benjamin —. . 235 



Duke, Robert M., Jr. 

Duncan, Roy Charles, Jr ... 

Dunlow, Dorothy J. 

Dunn. Betty Modlin 

Dunn, Edward Kent, Jr 

Dunn, Eva Elayne 

Dunn, Steven Loy,l 

Dupree, Linda Allen 

Dupree, Virginia C. 

Durham, W. Edmund 



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Eagles, Laura Kathryn 

Eanes, Clifton Wayno 

Early, Effie Carew 

Earp, Mary Anne 

Eason, Roberta Anne 

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Eatmon, Laverne E ._ 199 

Eatmon, Velma Ruth 236 

Ebbs. John D. _ 19 

Edens, Ruby E. 19 

Edgerton, Lois Lee 236 

Edmiston, Robert S 20 

Edwards, Agnes Louise 256 

Edwards, Charlotte E ... 2,56 

Edwards, David Franklin 199 

Edwards, Harvey Wilson, Jr. _... 406, 199 

Edwards, Herman O., Jr .... 278 

Edwards. James Preston 236 

Edward-. James Roger 236 

Edwards, Joe W 199 

Edward-, L iar.1 G., Jr. 278 

Edwards. Palsy Ann I99 

Edwards. Richard Donald 278 



Edwards, Robert O. 

Edwards, Sandra Cathryn 

Edwards, Stephen Bruce 

Edwards, Silvia Leslie 

Edwards, Tracy Camille . 



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278 

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Efland, Linda Kathleen 

Efland. Marilyn Wilson 

Ehrmann, Robert Joseph 

Eidson, Edith Henry 

Eiduke, Vincent F. 

Eiseman, Byron M., Jr. 

Eiseman, Carol C _ 

Elder, Sara Jeanette 

Elder, Sylvia Dianne 

Elias, Charlotte Z. 

Elias, Gloria Jean 

Elias, Jo \nn 

Elkins, Terry Gail _... 

Ellen, Dorothy H. 

Ellen. Thomas Joel 

Fll.r. Frank W 

Eller, Jerry W> 

Lee 

Ellington, Charles W 

Elliott, Judith Rose 

Ellis, Barbara Ann 

Ellis. Lena C. 






England, Carolyn R, 

Engle, Nanene 

English, Carolyn Dale _ 
English, Mildred Louise 

Ennis, Sarah Ellen 

Ennis, Waller Michael 
Epps, Carolyn Gwynn - 

Epton, Sarah Kay 

Erwin. Sucy Carol 

Esham, Richard Otis 



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Robert James 

Rosalie Brenda 
Daniel Bennett 

Dorothy Stephana 
Albert L., Ill .. 
Carolyn Louise 
Charlotte Merle 



Evans, Freddie Shea 

Evans, Hiram Butler 

Evans, Linda Arlese 

Evans, Linda Faye 

Evans, Margaret Jean 

Evans, Patricia Earle ...... 

Evans, Patricia Nell .. 

Evans, Sara E. 

Everett, Edith R _ 

Everett, Grover W 

Everett, Nell C. 

Everett, Priseilla 



Shirley A. 

William C. 



Evorelte, Melba J. ...... 

Everhart. Robert C. ... 

Ev.rs. Shelby J 



Everson, Marshel W. 

Fv, Agnes N. 




Farris, Pat R. 

Farriss, Francis C. 
Farrow, Carol A. — 
Faulkner, Charleene 
Faulkner. Walter C, 
Faw, Jean P. 



Fearing, Alan B 

Feimster, Larn D 

Felts. Carol M. 

Ferguson, Danny T. ..._ 

Ferrell, Evelyn E. 

Ferrell, Sandra J ...... 

Fetner, Robert J., Jr. ..... 

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Fischer, Catherine R. _ 

Fish, Judith B. 

Fisher, Dorothy L. 

Fisher, Glenn J„ Jr. _ 

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Fitzgerald, John E. 

Fitzgibbon. Sandra L. _ 

Flake, Joe M., Jr 

Flake. Judith M 

Flake. Mablelccn 

Flanagan, Mark F. 

Flaudcrs, Bob S. 
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Flowers 


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Floyd, 
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John W. _ 

Nancy F. 





Folkes. Robert S. 
Fontaine, Linda L. 


417, 


Forbes, 


Becky L 

Billie S. 


404, 


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Carole 




Forbes, 


Judith L. 




Forbes, 


L Jane 




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Annie L. . 

Katherine I. 


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James W., Jr. 
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Dudley D. 




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Foyles, 






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Frank, 


Sonja K. 

Linda J 


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Frankli 






Franklin, Barbara J. ... 




Franklin, Charles R. .. 




Franklin. Walter M„ Jr. 


Franks, 
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Zalha A. . 




Frazier, 


James R., Jr. 




Frazier, 
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Nancy J. 

Steve E. 

William R. .._. 


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Friedki 


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Frills, 


Terrie A 




Fulford 
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Jerry P. 


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Joseph F„ III 


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Ann C 




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David G 


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421, 2 



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Caddy, Juniu 
Caddy, Willi, 



Gaines, Robert H. 



Gallaghe 


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Galloway 


Frankie J. - 


Gai!..v.a\ 


James N. 


Galloway 


Patricia F. 


Gall«.wa\ 


Patricia L. 


Gallup, 


Steve R _ 


Gamble. 


Patroia N. . 


Gamma 


Theta Upsilon 







Gardner. 
Gardner, 
Gardner, 



Garrett, Basil W„ Jr 



Carriss, Marcus A. 





237 


Gartman, Laura U. 


378 


237 


Gaskill, Linda C 





237 


Gaskill, Mary E 




280 


Gaskins, Belle J. 


404 


257 


Gaskins, Man S. 




257 


Gaskins, Nancy F 




237 








Gales, Johnnie C 




257 


Gatcwood, Brenda C. __ 




257 


Gay, Gla.Ks E. 


422, 


202 


Gav, Rose C _ 




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Gee, Michael C. 



Gibbs. Bonnie 
Cibbs, Marie . 
Gilbert, Linda 



280 











Gill, Frank C, Jr. _ 








Gillam 
Gillian 








Cilliki 
























Glaser, Charles R 

Glenn, Mary L 






Glover 
Glover 


, Lorelta J. 

Dorothy L 

M. Elizabeth 




376, 
378. 


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Godbo 






388, 


Godwin 






422 


Godwin 
Godwin 


, Thomas M. 

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William M., Jr. 






Goins. 


Ralph M 


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Goodnight, Larry M. _ 








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n, Linda W. 






Con.lw 







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Goodwin 


Mary 


Goodwin 


Vern 


Goodwin 


Willi 


Goodwin 


Willi 


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Jerry 


Gordley, 


Tran 


Gordon, 


Joe L 


Gorham, 


Mary 



Gossett, William T. 386, 203 

Gould, Betty F. 

Grady, Frances G. 

Grady, Harvey W., Jr. 

Grady, Linda F. 

Grady, Shelba J. 

Grady, Spencer R. 41< 

Graham, Judith A. 

Graham. June M. 

Graham, Kay F. 

Grant, Gerald L., II 

Grant, Thomas E. 41' 

Grantham, Claude S. 

Crate, William H. 



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Graves, E. Charlton 

Gray, Wellington B. 

Greason, Sudy K. — 

Green, C. Clinton 

Green, Virginia A. 

Greene, Barbara A 

Greene, Kelly E. 

Greene, Margaret E. 

Greene, Mary H. 

Greene, Sandy L. 

Greenhill, Susan A. 

Greenwell, Anne B. 

Greer, Carolyn L. 

Greer, Elizabeth A. 

Griffin, Bonnie E. 

Griffin, Linda S. 

Griffin, Minnie V. 

Griffin, Patricia E. 

Griffin, Susan 

Griffith, Betty R. 

Griffith, Daisy R. 

Griffith, George L. 

Griffith, Malcolm P. 

Griggs, Carl T. 

Griggs, George W. 

Grigsby, Lois 

Grimes, Junius D., Ill 

Grimes, Loretta Q. 

Grimsley, Jimmie R. 

Grindstaff, Nancy R. 

Crissom, Dennis M. 



Grose 'Ton B 










Grove, Ronnie H. 

Grubbs, George R. 


414, 


Guenther, Robert C. 
Guice, Gigi 


390, 

364, 






Gurganus, Patricia F. 
Gurley, Cornelia M. 






Gurley, Linda P. _ 













Gutyar, Frances J. 







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Guyton, Janice S. 
Gwaltney, Mildred V 
Gwin, John V., Jr. . 


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Haddcn, Richard L. 
Haddock, Carol A. 

Haddock, LaRuc D. 

Haddock, Virginia C. 

Haddon, Claudia L. 

Haffman, Jerri D. 

Hagcrly, Guy L 

Hahn, Jeffrey C. 

Haigwood, T. J. 

Hair, Sandra F. 

Haislip, Ann P. 

Hale, Gloria J. 

Hale, Richard O. 

Hale, Sara F. 

Hales, Jesman A. 



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Hall, Claude 
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Hall, Jeffrey 

Hall, Linda I 

Hall, Mabel 1 

Hall, Martha 

Hall, Mary B 

Hall, Nancy j 

Hall, Pamela 



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Hamill, William N. 

Hamilton, John E. 

Hamilton, Violet F. 

Hamlett, Michael L. 

Hammond, Lucy 0. 

Hammond, Ruby J. 

Hampton, Carol D. 

Hancock, Joyce E. 

Handy, Mike D. 

Hanes, Donald L. 

Hanes, Shirley J. 

Haney, Patricia J. 

Haney, William A., Jr. 



Hansen, Charles H. 
Hanson, Linda S. - 
Harben, Ronald C. 
Harbolt, Jimmy L. 
Hardee, Glenda A. 
Hardee, Joseph R. 
Hardee, Lillie C. - 
Hardee, Margaret ] 
Hardee, Robert M. 
Harden. Thad E. 
Hardie, Shelvia J. 
Hardison, Benjamin 
Hardison, Donna IV 
Hardison, Janice G 
Hardison, Linda A. 
Hardison, Marjorie 
Hardison, Robert I 
Hardison, Robert H 
Hardison, Smith P. 
Hardy, Barbara A. 
Hardy, Brenda K. 
Hardy, Floraine M 
Hargett, Eva K. _ 



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Harpe, Henry C. 

Harper, Charles M. 

Harper, Hontas 

Harper, Virgil B. 

Harrell, Florence F. 

Harrell, Gerald L. 

Harrell. Lee L. 376, 

Harrell, Linford L. 

Harrell, Molly L. 

Harrell, Peggy J. 

Harrington, Margie R. 

Harrington, Ricky T. 

Harrington, William A. 









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Charles W 

Emily D. 
Haywood D. 


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Hickman. Rufus A.. Jr. _ 






Hicks, Donnie R. 


372, 








Harris. 


Jeanette L. 

John H., Ill 


- 421, 


Higgins. Linda F ... 












Linwood A. __ 
















Mary C. 










Hill, Donna J. 


















Hill. Jesse A„ Jr 




























Hill, Keith E. 


















Hill, Margaret E. 


415, 








Harris, 


William L., Jr. 
William S., Jr. 
Yvonne 0. 


374, 


Hill, Rebecca E. 


















1, Alice M. _ 

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l, Raymond H. 
i, William A. _ 








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Harriso 


Hines, Ronnie L. 

















Hinson, Phyllis E. 

Hinton, Rov D., Jr. 


421, 
















James B. 
Joseph M. _ 









Harvey 














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390 














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Ruby E. 








Hassell 


Hodges, William R. 


384, 




James R. _ 














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Hogan, Gay E. 


369, 






Holbert, Richard M. 






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Hold Norman R 




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s, Cleveland M. 
s, Lynda R. 


419 






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Holland, Benjamin F. 




Hawkins, R. Montel, Jr 




Holland, Frank W. 


398, 


















th. William W. 






































































Hollingsworth, Frances C. ._ 




Heath, 


Kenneth B. 






















Hollingsworth, Joseph W. — 
Hollingsworth, Katherine A. 




Hedgecock, Roger D. _ 




416, 








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c, Rita L. 






Hedric 
Heary, 


Holloman, Alton W. 
Holloman, Audrey D. 


394, 
418, 
























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Martin R. 


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R. M. 

William P. 

hott, Marilyn L. 


400 


Holmes, Sidney F., Jr. 


398, 


Holt, Cornelia G. . 


378, 


on. Mary L. 
on, Willeen R. 


410, 












Holt, Robert L. 

Holton. Alford J., Jr. 

Home Economics Club 




Hendri 
Henret 
Henry, 


a, Arthur A. 

Girton E 

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, Barbara G. 
, Charles D. 
, Joyce C. 




402, 


H Pe J 




Herrin 
Herrin 
Herrin 


Honeycutt, Rebecca J. 


412, 


Hooks, Georgia G. 


368, 






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304 


Hooks, Rosemary 

Hooper, Barbara L. 





455 



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Hooper, Tracie E. 

Hooper, Tracj C. _ - 

Hooper, Verna M 

Hooper, William E _ 

Hoover, Doris A. _ 

Hopkins, Ella L. 

Hopkins, Giles D. 

Hopkins, Sylvia L 

Horkan, Michael T _ 

Hum.-, Ann T. 



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Hornung, Carolyn 
Horrell. Victor H 


Horton 
Horton 
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Janus M 
Robert V 



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Elizabeth M. ... 
Richard M. 




on. Penny G. . 
on, Thomas K. 
, Larry K. -.... 



Howard, Lvnda E. 
Howard, Mollie E. 
Howe, Michael S. 
Howell. Bruce I. 
Howell. Carlton D 
Howell, Frances \Y 
Howell, lames S 
Howell. John M. 




Industrial Arts Clu 

Ingold. Ray V 

Ingram, Norma J. . 
Ingram, Peggy J. 
Inman, Gerald D. 

Inman. Judy F 

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Jackson, Charles T. 








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Joh C 




Jackson. Joyce Lee 





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259 



Jackson, Sephie Lee 



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lines, Kenneth C. 

ames, Polly Lee 

ames, Robert Louis 

ames. Rose Lynn 



Jarman, Cecil Thomas . 
Jarman, Charlotte E. .._ 
Jarman, James Ashley . 
Jarrell, Clyde Rickey — . 
Jarrell, Linda Marie 

Jarvis. Ollie Renn _ 

Jeffreys, Donald B. 
Jeffries. Lillie Mae 
Jenkins. Antoinette S. . 



421. 22 



Barbara Alice .. 
Charles Raymond 
Edgar B. 
Floyd Person 



Alice Marie 



Johnson. 


Barbara Ann 


Johnson 


Barbara Jean _ 


Johnson. 


Barbara S __ 


Johnson, 


Betty Joann ...._ 


Johnson. 


Bonnie Euleta 


Ji'hns.-n 


Brenda Carolyn 


Johnson, 


Carole Louise _ 


Johnson, 


Charles _ 


J")iris,,n 


Chris Rval ... 


J"lm...Ti 


David Albert _.. 


Johnson 


Eloisc Annette 


Johnson 


Etta Mae 


Johnson, 


F. Milam 



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260 



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ohnson, Joel Keith 

uhnson, John Douglas ... 

m, Joseph Deleon _ 

ohnson, Joseph Talton . 

ohnson, Joy Stanton 

ohnson, Judith Carol 

ohnson, Judy Lynn 

ohnson, Katharine E. . 

ohnson, Lillian May 

ohnson, Linda Lou 

ohnson. Mary Gable 

uhnson, Mflonie 



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ohnson. Patri, i.i Mae 
ohnson, Peggy Joan .. 


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ohnson, Shirley Ann 
ohnson, Sylvia Kaye 
ohnslon. Harriett Sue 
ohnston, James M., Jr 
ohnston, Robert Bonn 
ohnston, Shirley Ann 
ones. Alma Elizabeth 

















ones, Emmett P., Jr. 




ones, Glenda J. 














Jones, John A.. Jr. 


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ones. Lenward M. 




ones, Martha S. 


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Pi -hard A 








ones, Stephen T. 
ones, Thomas L., Jr. 


410. 












ordan, L. Dale _- 

lordan, Marsha L. _ 
Jordan, Philip T„ Jr. 

lorgensen, N. M. - 

roseph, William T. ... 

osephs, Ernest H., Jr. 
lournigan, Clifton W. 


412, 

396, 

400, 


Joyner, Carol A. 


368, 


Joyner Claudette Y 








Joyner. Donna L. - 

oyner, Edward L., Jr. 
Joyner, Ellen G 


396, 

366, 




Joyner Joseph D 




Joyner, Patsy C. 
Joyner. Thelma G. ... . 





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417, 












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David G. 

Donna L. 






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Keenan, Robert M. 






Kelly, N.wtun J., Jr. ... 





402, 






Kendall. Mary C. 










dv. George E. . 

dy. Geraldine 

dy. Patricia H. __ 
dy, Sandra K. 






Kenne 
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370, 
364, 
420, 




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King, Betty C. 

King. Dianne H. 

Kin?, Michael B 

King, Nora J. 

King, Rebecca M. ..... 

King, Robert W. 

King, Ronald H. 

King Youth Fellowship 

Kingrey, Robert N. 

Kinlaw, William B. 

Kinsey, Charles R. 

Kintz, Dowald D. 

Kirby, Kenneth N. 

Kirkland. Joseph B., Jr. 



Kittenger, Robert B. 

Kittle, Madeline J. 

Kivett. Ada J. 

Kizes, Helen A. 

Kleinfeldt, Sanford 



Knight, Betty D. „. 
Knight, Edgar S. _ 
Knight, George W. 
Knight, Sarah W. . 
Knoch, David H. . 
Knoeller, Frank 0. 
Knott. Barbara A. 



Knowles, June 1 

Knowles, O'Beyt 

Knowles, Rodn 

Knowles, Russ 









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Lambda Chi Alpha _ 




386 








Lambert, Judy D. 


. 376. 


260 








Lambie, Rutb . - 


.. 418, 22 


Lamm, Barbara S 




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Lamm, Leverna E 




284 


Lampley, Ina K 




284 


Lancaster, A. Elizabeth - 




284 


Lancaster, Charles C, Jr 


. 392 


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Lancaster, Mary J 


. 371, 


210 


Land, Henrv H 




260 


Land, Howard D., Jr. 




260 








Landin, Carolyn A. 


. 366 


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Landry, Fernand A., Jr 




284 


Lane, Retsy J. 




240 








Lane, Prisrilla T. 




240 


Lane, Robert N. 




284 








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240 


Langston, Elmer D. 





261 


Langston, Fredrick M. .. . 




261 


Lanier, Gene D. 


- 384, 22 


Lanier, Margaret A 


374, 


261 


Lanier, Thomas F. 




240 








Lanning, Kermit P. — 




261 






23 


Larson, Gerald T. 




210 


Larson, Louis M. 


398 


261 








T.assiter, Carole A. 




261 


I.assitcr, Carolyn F. 




261 


Lassiter, James F. 




240 




















LnffffiteT, Sheldon P. 


414 


210 


Lassiter, Ted A. 




240 


I.aster, Sheila C, 




284 


Lates. Joseph K _ 




210 












240 














Lawrence, Henry B., Jr 


390, 


240 














Lawrence, Kermit W., Jr 




261 


Lawrence, Mary R. 




187 


Lawrence, P. Elizabeth — 




210 








I.awson, Edward T. 




261 


















261 






240 














I.edgelt, Douglas A. 




240 








Lee, David E 




240 


















261 


Lee, Margie F _... 




210 












284 






240 






210 






284 


Lee, Zeplin S., Jr. 




210 


Lefauar, Marshall W. 


384, 


210 


Leftwich, James W., Jr. 




261 


Leggett, Beverly A. 




284 


Leggett, Hubert K., Jr. 


414, 


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Leigh, John Z. 

Leith, JoAnn B. 

Leith, Robert W 

Lemons, H. Virginia 

Leng, Don H. _ 

Leo, Alfred F. 

Leonard, D. Marie ... 

Leonard, Jerry S 

Leonard, Jewell S. _ 



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Letchwortli, Linda 

Lewis, Arthur G., 

Lewis, Barbara L 

Lewis, Carol G. 

Lewis, Deanna M 

Lewis, Donna B. 

Lewis, Evelyn F. 

Lewis, Gorman A. 






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Lewis, Lyle B 414, 

Lewis, Lynda C. 410, 422, 

Lewis, Margaret H. 

Lewis, Mary R 

Lewis, Michael L. 

Lewis, Peggy A. 

Lewis, Sandra E 

Lewis, Seth F. 



Lewis, Susan M. _ 

Lewis, Wiley H„ Jr. 

Library Club 

Lieberman, Norman G. 

Like, Hilary R 

Libs, Carolyn N. 



421, 




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Liles, 


Judy M. 


Lilley. 


Anthony I 


Lilley, 


Fleetwood 


Lilly, 


Thomas E 






Limls.\ 




Lineback, Neal G. 


Linker, 


Judy S. . 


Linker, 


Martin N 


Lisk, 


Ronald C. 



Littleton, Throwbridge 

Livesay, Robert Wayne 

Livingston, Elsa Ruth 

Livingston, Robert Douglas 

Livingston, Sara Beth 

Lockhart, Carolyn Vaughn 

Loessin, Edgar R. 

Loflin, Brenda Ann 

Loflin, Jeffery Hayes 

Loftin, Mary Farrior 368, 

Loggins, James Henry 406, 

Lomax, Phil Myers 

Londeree, George William 

Long, Delano Eugene 

Long, Jerome Myron 

Long, Kathryn Wood 

Long, Linda Kathryn 

Long, Michael Elmer 

Lorbacher, Frederick G. 

Lord, Charles David 

Love, Judith Elaine 

Lovic, Robert Henry 400, 

Lowe, Velma W. 

Loy, Harriet T. 



Lucas, William Sherman 382, 240 

Luckham, Ruth Dale 285 

Lumpkin, Robert T. _ 261 

Lundy, Talmage 23 

Lupton, Ivy Rebecca 418, 240 

Lurvey, Patriria Anne 285 

Lutheran Student Association 346 

Lutz, Robert Franklin _ 261 

Lybrand, William Martin 261 

Lynch, Brenda Sue 285 

Lynch, Priscilla Faye 211 

Lynn, Ronald F 285 

Lyon, Martha Jane 374, 211 

Lyons, James Thomas 285 

Lytton, Clyde Wade - _ _ 262 

— Mc— 

McArthur, Donald Lee — 211 

McArthur, Randall Lee __ 285 

McBrayer, Elizabeth Sue 368, 262 

McCain, Lelia Carole 212 

McCall, Patricia Ann 262 

McCanless, Brenda J. 368, 262 

McCants, Floyd William 212 

McCaskill, Clarence H., Jr. 262 

McCleney, Frances Ann 262 

McCleney, John William 262 

McCoin, Samuel Lawrence 392, 262 

McCombs, Doris Anne 262 

McCorkle, L. Sara 212 

McCotter, Ralph H., Jr. 240 

McCoy, James Edward 262 

McCoy, Lana Kay 376, 240 

McCoy, Russell Edward 285 

McCracken, Temperance A. 262 

McCrea, Ronald D. 398, 212 

McCuiston, George Will 240 

McCullen, Billie Sue 262 

McCullen, Carol Louise 212 

McCullen, Mariana Sugg 285 

McCullen, Shirley Jean 212 

McDaniels, Jesse L 24 

McDiarmid, John M. 285 

McDill, Peggy Ann 285 

McDonald, Geraldine A. 262 

McDonald, Harry Shaw 285 

McDonald, Janet Elizabeth _ 368, 240 

McDonald, Laura Helan 285 

McDonald, Mary Shaw 285 

McDonald, Norma Carole 376, 212 

McDonald, William E. 240 

McDougall. Billie Karen 364, 240 

McDuffie, Mary Judith 212 

McDuffie, Neill P. 406, 262 

McGalliard, Jerry Garland _ 240 

McGee, Anne Ernestine 262 

McGce, Jerry Edward 262 

McGee, Nathon Eugene 400, 212 

McGee, Thelma Alice 240 

McGowan, Gerald Gordon 285 

McGowan, Martha C 372, 262 

McGrath, Harold M. 24 

McGuire, B. Jerry _ 285 

McHugh, Mary Jane _ 212 

McIIwean, Gene Perry 285 

Mcllwean, Nancy Morris 369, 240 

Mclntyre, Ruby Elaine _ 285 

Mclntyre, Shelby Jane 262 

McKay, Joseph Ellis 285 

McKean, Sharon Lee 376, 241 

McKee, Wilbur B., Jr. 262 

McKenna, James F., Jr. 262 

McKenney, Janice E. - 241 

McKinsey, Sandra June 262 

McKenzie, Elizabeth J. 376, 262 



McKenzie 


, Michael E. 


McLamb, 


John 


Charles 


McLanib, 


Ronalc 


Carlie 


McLarty, 


Julia 


A 


McLaughl 


in, Jer 


ome J. 


McLaurin. 


. Marg; 


iret L. 


McLaurin, 


Melto 


n A. . 


McLaurin, 


Sand 


ra C. 


McLawhor 


I, Charlotte R. 


McLawhorn, Da\ 


id W. 


McLawhor 


n. Her 


man H. 


McLawhorn, Jon 


athan K 


McLean, 


James 


H. 


McLemore 


, Davi. 


i A. _ 






Kay _ 




Lealon 




Jane 




Mi Manu-, 


Natha 


niel J. 



372, 241 



McManus, Sheila Diane 262 

McNair, Larry H. 262 

McNairy, Mar) I 28,i 

M< Nally, I irol lo 285 

McNeely, Don C 285 

McNeill, Jam.'* Him- r .'jii. 1:11 

McPhail, Billii I 241 

McPherson, Dallas tt . 211 

McRea, Corie F. 28.1 

McRoy, Barbara J. an 11",. 241 

McRoy, Bell) Carolyn .'II 

McShanc. Michael J. 285 

— M— 

Mabry, Robert C. 262 

Ma. k->. Thomas D idle) ion. .'12 

Mackill, Margaret R. . 211 

Maddox, Barbara Sue 369, 262 

Maddox, Edwin T.. Jr 387, 211 

Madrin, Marilyn J. 262 

Ma,lr>. Norman W 285 

Mahaffey, Charles E 212 

Mahan, James Edward ... 2 11 

Maier, Harold James 262 

Mailman, Marin, 21 

Mailman, Mary Nan . 23 

Mallard, Julia C. 285 

Mallard, Michael S. _ 285 

Mallard, Suzanna Day _.. 211 

Mallory, John F 262 



Manguni, Kay F. 



enda 



Marrhak, Myron ...._. 

Mare. Charles 396, 

Marine, Lesley D 

Markham, Myra D 

Markland, Brenda S 

Marks, Eben L. 

Markum. Donna M. 
Marlowe, Douglas A. 
Marlowe, Willie C. 

Marr. Shelia C — _.. 

Marsh, JoAnn _ 422, 

Marshal, Connie 

Marshall, John W„ Jr. 

Marshall, Richard B 

Marshburn, Anne S. 
Marshburn, James E. 

Martin. Charlie M. _ 392, 

Martin, Fred C. 

Martin, George C, Jr. 



Mar 



Fames T., Jr 



Mar: 


!in, 


Margaret C. .. 


Mar 


lin. 


Robert L., Jr 








Ma. 


in. 


William L. _ 


Man 


in. 


William W. .. 


Marl 


line 


z, Inez N. 










occ 


ia, C. T 



212 



E. 



213 

Mason, Polly E 213 

Mason, Sandra J. .. 285 

Massengill, Edna L. 262 

Ma-*< njiill. Linda I.. _.. 421, 213 

Massey, David E. _ 262 

Massey, Earl V. 285 

Massey, Jo Anne 285 

Mastin, Robert F., Jr. 285 

Mathematics Club 303 

Mathews, Donald G. _ 285 



457 









\l >t 






M ml i 






Matthews, Clyde W. _ 

Matthews, Donna K. 

Matthews, John R., Jr. ... 


. .. . 372, 








Mattox, Donald H. 

Maultsby, Margare E. — 







1 A 




Maxwell, Malcolm H 


— 


May, 

May, 






lary N 


421, 374, 


M i\ i 


374 


Mayo, 














Mayo, 


William L., Jr. . 
















lerrv C 




Meadows, Sarah K. 

Meares, Kay F „ 


421, 


Mears, Richard W., Jr. 
Mcasamcr, Wesley F., Jr 










Meeks, 


Gary A 




Melton 
Meltzcr 
Melvin 


Martha K. 

Mark 

Peggy L. . 

Sandra C 

h, Kenneth R. . 
James F. 


374, 

380, 

406, 


Mercer 
Meredi 
















M.-wh'i 












Mewborn, Robert D. 

Mewborn, Sallie M. 

Michael, Gregory G. 


372, 

- 372, 




Ja et M 










Midget 


, J. A. . 

. Mollie S. - ... 
, Eyan J. 


378, 


Miles. 


Arthur . Jr 


388, 








Miller, 


Craig E. „ 










Miller, 
Miller, 


Melinda C. - 


364, 



Mi; 



Ken 



Miller, Nancy C. 

Miller, Robert P., Jr. 

Miller, Thomas W. 





" 


Mills, Dorothy A. 


418, 






Mills, Harlan 


Mills Harold T 




















Mims, Richard L. 




Minchcr, Janet A. 




Minnis. Paul R. 








Minton, Shirley J. 


- .. .. 372, 










Mitchell, Edward H., Jr. 




Mitchell, Gerald B 




Mitchell, John P. 




Mitchell, Margaret J. _ 




Mitchell. Mavis _ . 





241 



----- - 24 



Mizell, Arlen E. 

Mizell, Edward T. __ 

Mizelle, Walter F. 

Mizesko, Georgia 

Mobley, Judith A. 

Mobley, Sandra F 

Modern Dunce Club 



286 _~ 




Modlin, Judith C. 










Mndlin, Ruth 


410 






Modlin, Ruth 


410, 










Mahn, Kay F. 




M^nfalcn", Mary S. 














Monticone, William G. 




















Moore, Catherine T. 


366, 










Moore, Donald E. 


397, 














Moore, Emily L. 




Moore, Eugene W. 


402, 






Moore, Jerry W. 


390, 


Moore, Kenneth E. 


398, 


















Moore, Robert D., Jr. 








Moore. William E., Ill 


_._ 390, 


















Mir E H 
























Morris, Frances A. 












Morris, Jean C, 


366, 






Morris, Mary K. 
















Morris, Selha A 


. 364, 






Morrison, Elizabeth *E. 












Morse, Shirley J. 


_ 404, 








Moss. James H, 



Mowery, Brenda S. _ 366, 215 

Moye, Frances D 287 

Moye, Sidney M 263 

Mozingo, Frances L. 242 

Muckenfuss, Mary E. 263 

Mudge, Nancy E 263 

Melcher, Patricia A. 242 

Mull, Charles M. -. 287 

Mull, Nancy A. 263 

Mullen, Reginald E. 263 

Mulvey, Dorothy P. 263 

Mumford, Mary H. 376, 215 

Mumford, Patrick W. 263 



Murad, 


Alfred 


Murphre 


,, Robert 1 


Murphy, 


Carter L. 


Murphy, 


Edward E. 


Murphy 


Judith G. 


Murphy, 


Lawrence 


Murphy, 


Mary J. _ 


Murphy 


Robert T., 


Murray, 


Annie M. 


Murrav. 


Brenda R. 


Murray, 


Carlos W. 



264 



Murray, Paul 

Murray, Sharon G. 

Music Educators National Conference 
Myers, Bob 



Myer 



Cl.r 



Moss, Marianne 

































Neel, Francis L. 


_ 408, 


Neese, Marsha J. 








Nelms, G Allan 




Nelson. E. I.ane, Jr. 


415, 






Nelson, Robert A. 




Nesbitt, Nancy D. 


369, 


Nesbitt, Robert P. 










Newbern. Fannie H. 











Newman, Bobbie G. 416 


420, 








New-some, L. Kenneth 




Newsome, Leslie R. 


387, 






Newton, Iris 


421. 


Newton, Samuel C, Jr. 




Nibhelink, Dinah R. 


. 372, 


Nicholas Tnhn 1. 




Nicholes lames W 


Nichols Ernestine 
















Nicholson, Edward M. 




Nicholson, James D. 




Nicholson, Raymond E., Jr. 












Nixon. Roger M. 


401, 








Nohle, Glenda S. 




Noble, Linda F. 










Norfleex, Sarah B. 


378, 






Norman, William G., Jr. 









Norris, Larry G - __ 

Norris, Linda S. 

Northington, Robert R. 

Norville, Carol M 

Norwood, Grover C. 

Nurses Club 

Nutt, Sandra K. 

Nutter, Lorna L. 

Nylander, Judith K. 



Kathryn E. 364, 215 



Oakley, 


Alma J. 


Oakley, 


Sara E. 


Oakley, 


William J 


Oates, 


Betty S. 


O'Berrv 


Barbara 


O'Berry 


Brenda 


O'Berry 


Patricia 


O'Brian 


, Francis 


O'Brien 


Donald 


O'Brien 


Mary A 







Odom, 


Douglas C. 


Odom, 


Leggette W. 


Odom, 


Martha L. 






Odom, 


Winnie L. . . 374, 


Odom, 


Vicki L. 365, 


Ogbur, 


. Joy L 










Oliver 


Barbara A. 


Oliver 


Betty J. 369, 


Oliver 


Doc B. 


Oliver 


Joyce G. 










Oliver 


Sandra T. 366, 


Olsen. 


Coales M 


Olsen. 


Harold P 



Osborne, Carolyn F. 
Osborne, Evelyn M. 
Osborne. Meredith 1 
O'Shields, Mae O. 
Otey, Gerald J.. Jr. 



Owens, Calvin I. 
Owens, Carol A. 
Owens, Denise K 
Owens, Ennis M 
Owens, Phoebe 











Padget 
Padget 
Padric 




D G 






Page, 
Page, 




Judy R. 


Page, 


Sheila F. 






Painter 


Brenda G. 410, 422, 




Palagru 




Palmer 




Palmer 








Paris, 


Brvant D., Jr. 


Parker 


Anne S 


Parker 


Barbara A. 


Parker 


Dallas P., II 


Parker 


Donna A. 365, 


Parker 


Douglas C. 








Georgia W 




Joan L 


Parker 


lohnny B 388, 


Parker 


Judy K. 


Parker 


Margaret A. 420, 


Parker 


Marian I. _ .._.... 



287 



458 























Parrish Rilli,. W 


374, 








Parrish, Willard L., Ill .. 








Parsons, Kenneth L. 


243, . 


Pascal, Stephanie E. 


t 














Pate, William C, Jr. 


2 


Patrick, George C, Jr. 


" 388 - 2 


Patterson, Catherine J. 

Patterson, John A. 

Patterson, Kenneth J. 


2 

402, 2 
2 


















Payne, Judy M. - _ .. . 


373, 2 








Pearre, Edwin P 




Pearce, Linda J. 








Pearson, William S. 2 






Peedin. Linda A. 


2 


IV, dm. William L. 


2 
















Pendergrass, Rannie J. 

Penn, Alan T 

Pennington. Brenda K. 

Pennington. Raymond B 


2 

380, 2 
2 














Pergerson, Barbara A. 


2 


Perkins, Mary J. 


2 


Perry, Barbara S. 


2 










Perry, Marguerite A. 420, 








Peters, Robert Larry 








Petty, Susan Wooding ._ 2 


Phelps, Elizabeth E. 

Phelps. Tommie L 2 



288 



Phelps, William I 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 
Phi Kappa I au 
Phi Ma tlpha 
Phi Omicron 
Pin S,gm„ P, 
Phillips, Barley F. .. 

l'l -. Deborah \. 

Phillips, Haywood A. 

Phillips, lack B 

Phillips, Larry W 

Phillips, Linda Kay 
Phillips, Roger Lee 
Phillips, S>lvia D. . 

Phipps, Biddie 

Phipps, Bonnie 

I'll i 



kduciilmn Club 

Linda Kay 



Pierce 


Constance Mae _ 







Mary Carolyn 
David N. 











Pi Kappa Phi 




Piland, Peggy Knight _._ 

Piner, John Thomas 

Piner, Lena Elizabeth 

Pinion, Margaret Ann _ 
Pinkham, Mary Linda 


414, 


Pippii 
Pippii 

Henry 


Carolyn Rae 
Sandra Kay 




Pitt, 

Piltnia 

Pittma 


Uargarct Ellen 

n, Barbara Ann 


421, 


Piltma 






Pittma 
Pittma 
Pitts, 
Plaste 


n, Theresa Anne _ 
n, Trina Vice 
Barbara Ann 




Plaste 






Pleasa 






Pleasa 






Poinde 






Poindexter, Marv 

Polk, Jacqueline J 

Pollard. John W. 


- .. . 378, 










Pond, 












Poole, 






Poole, 


Eleanor R. 


- 422, 368, 


Poole, 






Poole, 






Poole, 






Pope, 
Pope, 


Buddy A 

Charlotte F. __ 










Pope, 


Janie E 




Pope, 
Pope, 
Porter 
Porter 


Sharon H 

William T. 

Audrey R. 


412, 


Porter 


Sandra C 




Posey 






Possingor. David F 

Poston, Wilbur F. _ _ 




Powell 


Angelia D 




Powell 






Powell 


Freddie M __ 


- - 421, 


Powell 


Joan E ... 





Powell, Mary K. 



Powers, Ethel J. _ 

Prcscott, Jerry J. _ 

Presley, Ronnie D. 

Presser, Lona K. _ 

Preston. Gloria 



Pridgen, Donald I' 

Pridgen, i l; 

Pridgen, lud) <:. 
Pritchard, Tliurman 
Pritehard, Dorothy 

1'r r, Barbara A 

Proctor, Coldie R. 
Proctor, Joseph G-, 
Proctor, Kenneth I 

Prospt, Gary L. 
Propst, Ronald F. - 



412, 243 



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Qu 
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Rabon, James L. _ 

Rackley, William Earl 

Radford, Connie Ann 

Radford, Lynda F. 

Radford, Peggy Jean 


401, 


Raines, John N. 


Raley 






Raley 
Rams 


Shearin D. 





Randall, Anita L. 




Randolph Jo L. 


Ranki 






Raper 






Raper 


Rebecca 




Rasor 


Brooks M., Jr. 




Rawls 






Rawls 




374 


Ray. 






Rav, 


William J 




Raybo 
Rayfe 
Ravno 


rn, Leland W., Jr. . 
d, Hubert E., Jr. . 
. Anna K. 




Rayno 
Rayno 


. Carmen V. 

. Connie M. . 


420, 


Rayno 
Rayno 


. Frances F. 

, Margaret E. 




Rayno 


, William M. 




Read, 


Floyd M. . 




Read, 


Nancy E. 




Reade 






Reardo 


n. Sue E. ___.. .. 




Reason 


, Edith Nelson . 




Reason 






Reason 
Reaves 


, Shirley A. 

Donald J. .. 




Reavis 
Rebel 


Elizabeth D. _ 

G. Macon, Jr. 


373, . 


Reber, 
Rector 


Thomas E. 


390, 2 


Redd, 
Redd, 


Lewis S. 
Sara V. .. . 


414, 2 


Redfern, Judy E. 

Recce, Jerald M. 


378, 2 


Recce 


Jerry P. 




Recce 






Reeder 






Reel, 


Goldis S. . . _ 




Reel, Judy C. 


421 


Reese, 
Reges, 


Thomas M. 

Brenda G 


401, 2 

... 369, 2 


Registe 


r, Roger V. 


401 


Rchder 
Reid, 


~av M 


. 416, 2 


Reid, Scarlett T. 




Reid, 






Reif. F 


anl B. _ 




Rcillv, 


Bart M. 




Relicio 


i Advisory Council 
Calvin E. 


3 


Respess 


John H., Ill 


2 



Respess, Sarah A 
Resseguie, George I. 
Reynolds, Charles 
Reynolds, Chestei 
Reynolds, Gail I' 
Reynolds, I. dm ( 

II- mil I.!-, I . ,,., 

Reynolds, Robert 
Rhcm, Julian D. 

Rhodes, Arlcn. 1 

Rhodes, George B. 
Rhodes, Ruth Ann 



Rhoney, Geraldine E. 
Rhue, Melba Inn 

Rich, Emily I. 
Rich, Janice II. 
Rich, I.arrv J. 









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401, 


412, 


B., 


Ir. 







415, 370. 219 



Riddick, Anne J. 



Peggy L. 



Roberson 


Richar 


RhIm r.in 


Tomm 


Kiib'TSill 


Willia 


Roberts, 


Iris S. 


Roberts, 


Irwin C 






Roberts, 
Roberts, 

Roberts, William B. 

Robertson, Ben D. 

Robertson, Frances L. 

Robertson, Horace C. 

Robertson, James M. _ 

Robertson, Kenneth L. . 

Robertson, Samuel J. _ 



c., 


r 384, 










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373, 



397, 266 




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David 



Rock, Helen V. 
Rock, Stuard A. 
Rodriguer. Fred 
Rodwell, David ' 



)d E. 

K. _ 

T. _ 

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459 



Rogers. Mary F. 

Rogers, Miriam L. 

Rogi rs, M* r.i V. 

1\"'~' i~. Peggj j. 

Rogers, Sara L. _ 

Rogerson, Elizabeth 














R 1 L.irlcs F 


















Ross, Elizabeth 


408, 


Ross, Patrieia A. 














Rouse, Cwen E 


379, 


Rouse, Sue N 


369. 








Rowe, Claiborne C, Jr .... 

Rowe, Jimmy W -. 


416, : 






Royster, Ralph D 

Rubin, Howard M _ 


397, : 
380, : 


















Russ, Phoebe D 


366, : 


















— S— 


Sadler, Derwood R. '. 






Sail.'. Katharine B. 


365, : 






Sams, Michael G. 

Sanders, James W 


408, : 




























Saunders, Cynthia S. 





w. _ 



Sa>. 1B e 






Charles B. 

Beverly H., Jr. 
Douglas M. 

Sawyer, Evelyn C _.... 

Sawyer. Henry C. 

Sawyer, Kathryn S. 

[ary E 

Sawyer, William J., Ill 



266 



- . 267 



Scarboro, .Mary D 

























Schwentorus, Ronald E. 


_ 389, 












Si hi 


















Scott 






















































Si "11, 


Patricia A. 










Scott 


Rebecca \ 




Scott, 


Richard D 






















Scroggs, Frank W., Jr 

S.-agrovi-s, Edward 0., Jr 


- 406, : 


SEMPER FIDELIS SOCIETY . 






t. Michael P 




s.r.in 


















Sewalk 






Sexauc 


e. Donald 


.. 408, 




Shackelford. Larry 419, 


415, ; 




Barry M 
































Shaw, 


lr„ ! 


365, 2 




Roberl \ 










































, David L. 


399, 2 



290 



Shearon 






Sheffield, William W 





Shelton 
Shelton 


, Charles H., II 

, Robert F., Jr. _ 


394, 


Shephei 
Shephei 
Sherlocl 


d, Delra H. 

d, Woodrow W. 


399, 




Sherma, 


i, Phillip W. 

















Shirley, 






Marie J. 





Shobe, 


Charles L„ Jr. 


389, 








Shough, 










Shumate, Rosalie F. 











Siegel, 




--- 380, 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

SIGMA NU 

SIGMA PHI EPSILON 

SIGMA TAU DELTA _ 

SIGMA PI ALPHA 



Paul L.. II 
, Grace P. _ 



Simmons, Lynda A. 

Simmons. Melva Le _ 

Simmons, Pamela H. 

Sitnpkins, Philip W 

Simpson, Donald G 

Simpson, Euevett C. 

Simpson, George J. 






Sin 

Simpson, Lenwood D. 

Simpson, Morrell B., Jr. 

Simpson, Walter S. 

Singletary, Barbara J. 

Singletary, Linda K. 

Sizee, Sandra Y _ 



Skipper, Freddie E 420, 374, 

Skinner, Mary L. ...... ^_ 379, 

Skipper, Linda K. _ 

Slattery, Carol J. 

Slaughter, Linda C. 

Slaughter. Linda P. 

Slaughter, Russlyn P. 



Small, Alice 
Small, Diannc 
Small, Slephe 
Smiley, Wendi 
Smith, A. T. 



Alt, 



Smith, 


Belinda C. 


Smith, 


Brenda S. 


Smith, 


Carolyn J. 


Smith, 


Charles M. 


Smith. 


Charles W. 


Smith, 


Clenton J. 


Smith, 


Dannv G. . 


Smith, 


Darwin N. 


Smith, 


David M., 


Smith, 


Derald M. 


Smith, 


Edward T. 


Smith, 


Edwin K. . 


Smith, 


Effie T. ... 


Smith, 


Emmett G. 


Smith, 


Eula M. 


Smith, 


Everett M. 




Siegfried, Judy W. 















James B Jr 


, E 




















420 


Judith F -- 





373, 




Larrv B 














Margaret N. — 
Mary C. - 








268 



Smith, 


Michael E 




Smith, 


R. Craig -- 




Smith, 


Rebecca A. 










Smith, 
Smith. 
Smith. 


Rufus R., Jr 

Russell P., 11 

Sandra E .__ 




Smith 






Smith 






Smith 






Smith 






Smith 






Smiih 






Smith, 

Smith, 
Smith, 


Wanda E. . 


421, 


Smitherman, Mary A. 

Smithwick, Becki A. 

Snead, Lawrence C. 

Sneden, John A., Jr. 


_ - 378, 

-- 399, 




Nancy C 






















Sobol, 


Chester T., Jr. ...._ 




Sorense 


n, Frederick . - 




Sou fas, James Lynn 
South, George F. 


389, 
. 416, 417, : 


















Spain. 
Spain. 
Spann, 
Spann, 

Sparrow 
Spear, 


Linda Earle 

Mary Elizabeth 
Barbara Gene . — 

Carl Thomas _ 

Mervyn C __ 




, Wendall Keats _ 


395, 1 






Speckn. 


an, Eleanor M. 


_ 371, : 








Speller, 
Spence, 


, James E., Jr. _ 




J. Thomas 


417, : 


Mar aret A 




Spence 






Spencer 














, -Romulus S., Jr. 


; 


SpWey'' 


Charles .... . 




Spivey. 
Spivey, 
Spivey. 
Springs, 
Spruill, 
Spruill, 
Stai kfin 
Stafford 
Stafford 
Stainbai 
Stainbai 


Nancy M. _ 

W. Presley 


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le, Duncan W. 

, Grace Ann 

. Patricia J. 

k. Carolyn J. _ 
:k. Sandra E. ...... 


.- 406, 5 

2 

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420, 374, 2 


Stalling, 

SLillin;:- 


>, Mary V - 


421, 422, 2 






Stalls, Phyllis Ann . . - 

Stamey. James D„ Jr. _ 


2 

2 


Stancil, 


Burke H., Jr. 


__ 395. 2 










Robert F 




Stanley. 
Stanley, 
Stanley. 

Standi, ul 
Stanton, 
Stanton, 
Staplefoi 


Bettie Lou _ 

Martha Lee 


2 


Sandra Joann ... . 
y, Shirley J. 

Anna Gail 

Roddy 

■d, Lorena R. 


2 

2 

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417, 2 

2 



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269 




Stcckel, William H. 397, 

Steed, (Catherine Jo 

Steed, Roland E 

Steele, Betty Carol 

Steele, Mary S. 

Steele, Ralph H. __ 

Steelmati, Susan M 

Steen, G. Marvin 

Steen, Ronald L __ _ 

Stegal, Robert E., Jr. 

Steinbeek, H. Franklin, Jr. 406, 

Steinberg, Martin P 

Stephens, Berk M. 399, 



Stephens, Glenda A. _ 




Stephei 
Stephet 
Stephei 
Stephei 
Stephei 
Stephei 


is Sharon L 




■ son, Charles R. 
won, Edward C. 

ison, Richard A. 





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, H. Ray .. 


384, 




, Margaret L. 




Steven* 




Stevens 


Wa n S 








Stevenson, Thomas, Jr. 


412, : 


Stewart, 


Clarence H., J: 


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Gwendolyn A. 
, Jacqueline A. 




Stewart. 




Stewart. 


. James N., Jr. _ 
























Stillmai 




















Brenda A 






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Stoffa, 


Marguerite L. _ 


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Stokes. 
Stokes, 


Paul R 

Richard H. 
Cecil Lee . . . 
Edgar W., Jr. ... 


401, : 




















Stout i 






Stout, . 


rames H. 


394, : 




















Strassle: 






Strawbr 


idge, James M. 




Strawn 
















Strickland, Audrey K. . 
Strickland. Carol J. 


421, : 


Strickla 
Strickla 
Strickla 


nd, Cecilia 
nd, Charles F. . 
nd, Donald G. - 
nd, Ethel C. _ 


389, I 


Strickla 




Strickland, John D. 





Strother, H. Lamar 

Stubbs, Peggy Hunter 
Stuckey, William J. ... 
Student National Educnt 

Stun, Roger Gail 

Sturdivant, Cynthia L. 

Sturges, Donna L 

Sturtevant, Roger I. . 
Stutts, Mary Alice _. 
Styons, Barbara Jane 
Styron, Eston Sherrill 
Styron, George T. — 
Sudderth, William H. 
Sugg, Eve Whitfield . 
Sugg, Ina Merle __ 

Sugg, Nancy C. 

Suggs, Joanne L 

Sullivan, Brenda. F. _ 
Sullivan, James Clay 
Sullivan, Judith L. — 



Taylor. 
Taylor 
Taylor, 
Taylor, 
Taylor, 








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269 
224 
246 

269 
246 

224 

246 
269 
224 
224 
292 
269 
292 

246 
292 
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246 
225 
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246 
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292 
246 

292 
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225 
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269 
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292 
422 
292 
246 

246 
269 
225 
246 
246 
269 
246 
269 
246 
292 
292 




Sullivan, Willis B. 

Summers, Merle Thomas 


384, 


Tavlor, Myrtle Sue - .... 


Taylor, Roberta . W 




369, 




Sumrell, Bobbie Ann 

Sumrell, Rebecca K. 









Sutherland, Arthur G. 

Sutton, Benjamin C. 

Sutton, Brenda K 

Sutton. Douglas H. 


. 397, 
_ 367, 




Teachey, Jerold C. _ 402, 


Teasley, Julia A. 








Sutton, Margaret Ann 












Tcmplcton. Clement F 






Terrell, Charles Lee, Jr _ 


Sutton, Vernon F. 





Terrell. Michael C. 

Tellerton, Cathy A, 






Tew, Barbara Faye 375, 


Sutton, William Leroy 

Sutton, William Otis 

Sutton, William R., Jr. 
Swain, Mary Anne 


412 


Tew, Bobby G _ 407, 

Tew, Linda L. 




Tharrington, James D. .. .. 


Swain, Wendell L. 

Swi,,e,„,d. Linda Sue 





Tharringlon, William P 

Thayer, Carolyn Ann 


Swindell, Carroll E. 




Thigpcn, Judith 1 

Thomas, Aillcne S 


Swindell, Linda Lee 





Thomas, Albert H., Jr. _._ 














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Talbot, William Carl 




Talbott, Baker Lee 








Thomas, Robert L 

Thompson, Ava Sue 

Thompson, Barbara Ann 


Talton, James Ralph, Jr. 

Tamura, Maggie 

Tankard, Mary R. 


- 382, 
408, 
365, 

. 390, 

- 406, 


Tanner, Blarnie T., Jr. 

Tanner, I inda K 


Thompson, Donald H. 




Thompson, Harry B., Jr 

Thompson, Henry H., Jr. 

Thompson, Jenny L. 379, 

Thompson, Jerry M. 

Thompson. John B., Jr. 

Thompson. John W. 


Tart, James R. 

Tart, Judy Ann 
Tart, Patricia C 










Tavlne Fdward D 


374, 


Thompson, Mary Lu _ 




Thompson, Robert F., Jr. : 

Thompson, Sandra Lee 415, 










Taylor, C. Newassa 






Taylor, Charles R., Jr. 

Tavlnr, T>av,d R 

Taylor, Deanna F. 


Thompson, Wallace C. : 

Thompson, William R., Jr. 








Taylor, Edgar H. 
Taylor, Edgar Slade 




Thornton. Linda Lee 379, : 

Thornton, Mary Eleanor , 




Thorpe, Carolyn 

Thurman, Charlotte .. - 


Taylor, Florence I. 





246 



Thurman. IVgui 

Tickel, Effic Inn 

Tilghman, lames II 

Tillett 

Tilley, Adolp I. 

Tinder, Judith C. 
Tingen, Lunda I. 
Tippctt, Shirley An 
Tippcttc. Basil H. 
Tisdale, Noel II. 
Todd, Car„l,„ Rae 
Todd, Jeiry Henry 
Todd, Linda Mae 
Todd, Pat*\ I .Hi" 
Todd, Richard C. 
Toler, Pamela J. 
Toler, Reynold D. 
Toll, Eleanor E. 
Toll, Pa.,] \. 



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Tnwiisenil, Frank C. 
T<iv.nsend, Terry D 
Trader, Barbara S 
Tragesser, Paul J., 
Traylor, Hardv B. 



Trogdon 


, Ern 


?st W. 


Trotter, 


Lindi 


i G. 


Troublefield, 


Marshall 


Troutma 


n, William A. 


Trower, 


Willi; 


im W. . 


Troyler, 


Betty 


G. __ 


Truelovi 


I, Jan. 


i E. 



Trunnell, Albert G., Jr 



Carolyn H. 



246 











Tucker, 


Jerry V. 

Nancy T. 













Tudor, 
Tugwell 
Tunnell 
Turner, 


Dolores A. 

. Wilson F. 

, Lois M. 

Billy R. 


.._ 421, 


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Turner, 


Henry W. 




407, 


Turner, 








Turner, 








Turner, 






377 


Turner, 






402 


Turner, 


William R. ... 
Joseph W. _ 

n, Thomas H. 






Twiddy, 






Twiford, 
Twynhai 


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Tyndall, 


Pateicia A. 

James E. 





404, 



293 



Ulrick, James D 

Umberger, Mildred J. 
Underwood, Judith E. 
Upchurch, Karen L. . 
Upchurch, Larry B. 
Utterback, Elizabeth 
Uzzell, Gloria G. — - 



Vainright, Elizabetl 
Valentino, Linda J 



Vann, Tcrrence R 

Vl -. William F. 

Van Nortwick, William 

Vanuk, Daniel A. 

Vassar, Ronald H 

Vaughan, Brenda G 

Vaughan, Charles L. . . 



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Vaugl: 


n, James 


Vangl, 


n, Jannicc 


Veai 1] 


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Wine- 


rs, Williar 


Veree 


11, Virginii 


Verno 


n, Brenda 


Vest, 


William " 


Vick, 


Clara G. 


Vick, 


Jacqueline 



270 



Marvin W., Jr 



\ ii, Helen E. E. 



Vogler, 



nlioll, Dan E. 



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Waddill, Sandra C. _ 369, 

Wade, Nancy Lee 

Wadsworth, Elizabeth May 

Waff, Patricia Ann 376, 

Wainrighl, Fred Ernest 

Waits, Judy Mann 

Waldrop, Bonnie Evans 

Waldrop, J. Herbert 

Waldrop, Paul E. _. 

Walker, Edward R. 

Walker, Elizabeth S. 

Walker, Elmer Ray 

Walker, Flora Elizabeth 

Walker, Gary Gene 

Walker, Kenneth Neil 

Wall, Brenda Joyce 415, 

Wall, Malinda Carole 365, 

Wall, Robert Barringer 



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Wallace, Melisia Gray- 
Wallace, Syl' 
Wallace, Thj 

Wallace, William H., Jr. 

Wall.,,. William B. 

Walston, John Lee 407, 

Walston, Ruth Elaine 



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411. 247 
414, 217 



Walters, Jerry L __ 


247 


Wamslcy. Jacqueline L 365, 


247 


Wanderman, Henry 


. 28 


Ward, Bobby Julian __ 


270 


Ward, Bonnie Carole 379, 


270 


Ward, Carolyn P 


294 


Ward, Diane Marie . 37,,, 


270 


Ward, Doug David 387, 


247 






W.ird. James K. 


227 



162 



War, I, Leroj 227 

Ward. Nancy D _.. 294 

Ward, Pa.il.lt J 373, 227 

War. I. Ruby J 270 

Warinp. Patricia - 291 

Warner, Ralph E. 227 

Warn ... Barbara C. 247 

Warren, Diana C 294 

Warren, DuBrutz E. . 387, 247 

Warren, Eva W. 29 

Warren. Jack 227 

Warren. Linda J 270 



Warren, Tony D. 
Warn,,. William I. 
Warwick, Edna G. 
Washer, Robert .1. 
Washko, Robert J. 



Wate 



Wate 



B. 



247 



119. 277 



Mary L. 



Waters, Sandra F. 
Waters, Wiley M., Jr. 
Watkins, Doris P. __ 
Watkins, Edward P. .. 
Watson, Alyoia D. 



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Brelt 



Watson, Jerry N. 



Watson, Millard R. _. 


_ 406, 


228 


Watson. Sam L., Jr. 


407, 


228 


Watson, Steve E. 


... 385. 


270 






























































Weaver. James F. 


_.. 395, 


294 


Weaver. Linda J. . - 




294 








W Maurice A 






Weaver, Myrtle B. _ 




247 


Weaver, Patricia J. 




270 


Webb, Harold A. 




228 






























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Webster, Charles F. 




270 








Webster. Kenneth I. 


. 407 


, 228 


Webster, Starr J. 




247 



Weeks, Barbara A. 
Weeks, Clarence J., 
Weeks, Johnny A. 
Weeks, Micajah M. 
Weill, ■nliaclier, Willia 



Weight Training Club 308 

Weisiger, Bradford E-, Jr. 270 

Weiss, Audrey L 294 

Weiss, Bonnie A. 247 

Welborn, Odell L. 29 

Welch, Sylvester B„ III 228 

Wellons, Edwin B. 270 

Wells, Bessie F. 270 

Wells, Carroll L. 291 

Wells, Nathaniel H. 247 

Werner. David A. 294 

Werner. Emily A 294 

Werstlein, Fred J. 270 

Wescott, Colon W. 294 

Wescott, Janet L. 375, 228 

Wesson, Kathryn E. 294 

West, Fred D. _ 385, 247 

West, Gerald V. 228 

West, Joyce M. 294 

West, Linda J. 247 

West, Manley J. 270 

West, Matilda T. 228 

West, Rose M 270 

West, Sandra F. 294 



Westbrook. Mary E. __ 


228 


Wester, Catherine L. 


294 


Weslfall, Stephen M. __ 


294 


Westminster Fellowship _ 


347 


Weston, Mac A 


294 


Welherington, Joan 421, 369, 


247 






Wheatley, James R„ Jr. _ 415, 419, 


228 


Wheeler, Kenneth Brown 


270 


Wheeler, Michael J. 


294 






W : helcss, Louis A., Jr. 




Wheless, Mary A. 


270 


Whichard, Andrea D. __ 


294 


Whichard, James L., Jr 


270 


Whichard, Janet A. _ 


294 


Whicker, Edmund B. _ 


294 


W hisenhunt, Margaret J. __ 


294 


Whitaker, Garland R. 


270 


Whitaker, Guv W'., Jr. 


270 






While, Anne S, 


294 


White, Carole E. _ _ 


271 


White, Claude D., Jr. _ 


247 


White, Frieda R _ _ 


. 294 


White, George L 390, 


247 


White, Ceorgia L. 


294 


White. Gerald A 


247 








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White. Jimmie R 


229 






White, Karen F. 375, 


271 


White, Kalherine W. 


29 


White, Linda S. .. 


294 










White, Sara 372. 


229 










Whitehurst, George W. 


. 271 


Whitehurst, Shelton D. 


229 


Whitehurst, Shirley B. 412, 


229 



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liams, Frances R. _.. 371, 

liams, Herbert D., Ill 

liams, Hilda E. 

liams, Howard G. 

liams, Irving G. _ __ 

liams, James E. 

liams, James W. _ 

liams. Joan B 

liams, John F. __ 

liams, Laura J. _ 375 

liams, Lawrence W. 

liams, Linda C. __ __ 

liams, Margaret D. 

liams, Marion K. 

liams, Mary E. 

liams. May me C. 

liams. Ralph D. _ 

liams, Richie H. 



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Williamson, June D. 


Williford, 


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Williford, 


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Willis, Nancy A. 

Willis, Rebecca A 

Willoughby, Joseph D. 
Willoughby, Sandra M. 
Wilmouth, Linda C. _ 
Wilmouth, Norma G. _ 

Wilson, Addie J. 

Wilson, Allan B. 

Wilson, Charlotte 

Wilson, Darrell C. — 

Wilson, Edward B. 

Wilson, Eugene V. 

Wilson, Grady M. 

Wilson, Judith Anne - 
Wilson, Kerry Lynn — 

Wilson, Larry W. 

Wilson, Luther L. 

Wilson, Lynda Marie . 
W r ilson, Nancy Kay — 
Wilson, Theresa E. _ 
Wilton, Christine 



Joan Carroll 

Lyndia Lou 



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Windley, Richard E. 

Winkler, Frances R. 

Winstead, Betsy Carol 

Winstead, George W. 

Winstead, Jackie M. 

Winstead, William L. 

Winstead, William R. 



\\. .1.1.1. luu, Janet G. 

Wohlnick, Charlie T. 

Wolters, Richard R. 

Womack, William C. 

Womble, Joseph E. 

Womble, Sarah L. 

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Woolard, Moye W. 

Woolard, Roger W. 

Wooten, Dan K. 
Woolen, Phyllis E. 
Woolen, Willard M, 

Worrel, Billy Ray 

Worsley, Samuel M. 

Worsley, Thomas T.ee 

Worlhington, Irma Sue 371, 

Worlhington, Julian M. 415, 


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Young Democrats Club 
Young, Forrest W. 
Young Judith B. 
Young Republicans Club 




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Wright, Linda Gay 
Wright, Nancy M. 


369 


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Wright, Sterling W., Jr. 
Wright, William R. 




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Worlhington, Mary Ann _ 415, 420, 

Worthington, Richard 0. 402, 

Worthington, Steve M. 

Wright, Anne W. 
Wright, Betty J. 










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Praise to your name so fair, 

Dej**&fttJEast Carolina^ 

Yotlfjoys we^l all share 

And your friends we'll ever be. 

We pledge our loyalty, 

And our heart's devotion. 

To thee our Alma Mater, 

Love and praise. .%*■ 



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l/ne stanza of Edward Fitzgerald's translation from 
the '"Rubayait of Omar Khayam" seems to serve comparably 
as a compendium in communicating a true Editor's Epitaph — 
"The moving finger writes, and having writ. Moves on: nor all 
vour pietv nor wit. Shall lure it back to cancel half a line. 
Nor all vour tears wash out a word of it."' 



/ he editor's main task is to see to it that the final 
elements, from the opening page to the last page, seeks to record 
the year's history adequatelv. honestly, and actively. When this 
page rolls off the presses, all has been said and done; then, an- 
other year approaches, another staff toils: another challenge 
is faced. 



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from 130 pages in the 1923 yearbook to 
jr 464 pages, this edition represents the iargest volume in the 
history of the College. Many individuals are responsible for 
the ideas and labor represented herein. I have only served 
as a channel through which these ideas were developed and 
the labor distributed. It would be impossible to name all the 
people who are really responsible for the publication of this 
volume, however. I would like to recognize a few that have 
stuck by me in my efforts as editor. 



/he utmost appreciation is extended to two fra- 
ternity brothers, John W. Garriss and S. Gale Koonce who 
for the past two years have served as Associate Editor and Busi- 
ness Manager respectively. John has worked ardently on all 
phases of the book including the classes and the Greeks sec- 
tion this year. Tony R. Bowen did a swell job as Copy Editor 
in '62 and as Managing Editor this year; in addition. Tony 
organized the Buccaneer Queen Coronation Tea at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Collie. Much gratitude is also extended 
to Dr. John C. Ellen for his literary advisorship and Miss Gwen 
Potter for her financial advisorship during the past two years. 

/would also like to recognize the assistance Miss 
Janice Hardison and Mr. Earl Aiken have given to Johnny Mac- 
Diarmid. Sports Editor, and Carroll Kornegay. Assistant Sports 
Editor. MacDiarmid and Kornegay spent many hours seeking 
statistics, writing copy and making layouts in improving our 
current Athletics section. 



yfTni of us. I am sure, appreciate the efficient manner 
in which Circle K Club and Delta Sigma Pi assisted the Busi- 
ness staff with Ronnie Neal. Ted Whitmyer and Mack Worthing- 
ton serving as coordinators in the distributing of the Buccaneer. 



/instrumental in making it possible for me to have 
been editor for the past two years are the people who have 
taught and counseled me since my freshman year — Dr. James 
H. Tucker. Chairman of the Publications Board, and former 
editors and fraternity brothers. Buddy Kilpatrick. '61 and Uke 
Armstrong. '60. 



M, 



'iss Eleanor Poole served this year as a most effi- 
cient Copy Editor and will serve as efficiently as Editor for 
the 1964 Buccaneer. To Eleanor and her staff. I extend my 
best wishes and sympathy in the task ahead of you. And. 
most of all. I wish to thank the student body and each organiza- 
tion of East Carolina College for the invaluable experience of 
working with vou. The time and effort has been eolden. 



/hanks to everyone, and I hope you enjoy volume 
forty-one as much as we enjoyed the process of compiling 
everything included in this edition. 



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